Local governments are changing. Forward-thinking government employees across the country are embracing technology and collaborating with residents to make our cities better for everyone.

If you are not based in the US, visit our International Page for program details.

Are you a forward-thinking public servant? Join our community of local government innovators (known as the CfA Peer Network) for access to free, actionable content tailored to support your work in civic innovation. Benefits include:

  • Gov 2.0 guides, case studies and training
  • The latest civic tech news and private network events
  • Access to a network of 200+ civic tech innovators

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Featured Government Partners

  • Mark Leech

    Applications Development Manager
    City of Albuquerque


  • Heather Hudson

    Chief Data Officer
    City of Baltimore


  • Jonathan Feldman

    Chief Information Officer
    City of Asheville


Bring top coders, designers and researchers to your city

Code for America’s Fellowship is a one-year program where cutting-edge developers, designers and researchers are embedded in US cities to solve civic problems using technology. Cities who’ve worked with us have built apps that support citizen engagement, criminal justice and public health.

For US-based government employees, contact luke@codeforamerica.org to find out more or visit our FAQ.

Unlock Capacity & Connect with Brigades

Code for America's network pairs government innovators, talented technologists and civic tech startups to solve community problems. Governments partners are deploying powerful apps, co-hosting regular civic hacking events, and connecting with citizens to build better interfaces to government.

Ready to Level Up? Join the Peer Network

Code for America's Peer Network provides targeted training, hands-on support and early access to new technology and cutting-edge data standards. Recent trainings include user interface engineering and broadband policy.

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