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Open Source & the City: Making SFGov a Leader in Tech Policy
8 months ago

Open Source & the City: Making SFGov a Leader in Tech Policy

By  •  Better Government, Tech

By: Charles Belle

The City of San Francisco and tech companies are more similar than most people realize: the City produces and owns software. Unfortunately, the City’s current policies neglect …
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Urban Development Plans: Too Much for Mid-Market?
9 months ago

Urban Development Plans: Too Much for Mid-Market?

By  •  Housing

By: Caitlin Nelson

The San Francisco Chronicle recently published an article by urban design critic John King about the proposed developments along Market Street. King notes that a number of …
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Resilience Is A Team Sport
10 months ago

Resilience Is A Team Sport

By  •  Public Safety, Tech

By:  Jenny Gottstein

In 1989, my father was at Candlestick Park watching the World Series when Loma Prieta struck. He joined others in the streets to direct cars as San …
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#EveryKidCounts
11 months ago

#EveryKidCounts

By  •  Education

By: Tony Thurmond

Attorney General Kamala Harris recently released a report on elementary school truancy, and the stats are troubling. The numbers tell the story – when kids skip school …
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Governments Enhance Wireless with the Cloud
11 months ago

Governments Enhance Wireless with the Cloud

By  •  Better Government, Tech

Article originally appeared on statetechmagazine.

By: Steve Zurier

Municipal IT staffs have a challenging job. They must find ways to offer the mobility and technology tools workers expect today, yet deliver …
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Message to the Reset Community – Don’t Restrict Recreation
12 months ago

Message to the Reset Community – Don’t Restrict Recreation

By  •  Better Government, Neighborhood

By: Andrea Buffa Save Our Recreation

It’s a well-known fact that San Francisco is a city of dog lovers. With an estimated 160,000 dogs, it’s not surprising that the old …
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