Resources + Partners

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We work with a range of partners that use and contribute to the resources below. Please email us with any questions.


Civic Analytics Network: The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School collaborates on projects that advance data visualization and predictive analytics in solving important urban problems related to economic opportunity, poverty reduction, and addressing the root causes of social problems of equity and opportunity
USC Spatial Sciences Institute: The Spatial Sciences Institute collaborates with a cross-cutting array of researchers, businesses, non-profits, NGOs, and other entities from a wide range of disciplines and industries to analyze, model, and visualize location-based data.
University of Chicago Center for Data Science and Public Policy: A collaboration between the Harris School of Public Policy and the Computation Institute, the Center for Data Science and Public Policy brings together data science and public policy experts.


White House Guidelines: the White House open data policy for managing information as an asset. 
18F: 18F builds effective, user-centric digital services focused on the interaction between government and the people and businesses it serves.
Sunlight Foundation: The Sunlight Foundation is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that uses the tools of civic tech, open data, policy analysis and journalism to make our government and politics more accountable and transparent to all.
Data Smart Cities Blog: An initiative by the Ash Center at Harvard Kennedy School and powered by Bloomberg Philanthropies.
#DataLA Blog: Information, insights, and analysis from the City of Los Angeles.


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