GovFresh Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2011 GovFresh Awards winners.

Winners

Note: You can find out more about the winning apps and cities on the Civic Commons Marketplace.

honolulu-politics:

What if you could pay for your street parking with an app on your smartphone? Or plan your commute to work using only streets with dedicated bike lanes? Or track your water consumption, live?

That’s where municipal government may be headed in this digital age. Those ideas were just some of those…

We will continue this. This will not end here.
Forest Frizzell

honolulu-politics:

What if you could pay for your street parking with an app on your smartphone? Or plan your commute to work using only streets with dedicated bike lanes? Or track your water consumption, live?

That’s where municipal government may be headed in this digital age. Those ideas were just some of those…

The tremendous amount of support from the CityCamp group has been overwhelming. We didn’t have to create our camp from the ground up, rather just tweak it here and there for our needs.
Forest Frizzell, a deputy director in City of Honolulu’s Department of Information Technology
He said the beauty of a movement like CityCamp is that the organization is flat, decisions are made democratically, and things can get done and move forward.
Jason Hibbets reporting on the reaction of CityCamp Colorado attendee, Tom Downey. Mr. Downey is the Director of Excise and Licensing for the city and county of Denver

CityWorx Expo

Roanoke, VA

October 27-30

govfresh:

Video: Hack4Reno 2011 (by Reno Collective)

THIS!

For me, CityCamp Raleigh was about redefining how we can work together.
Bonner Gaylord, Raleigh City Councilor (and CityCamp Organizers)