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One way to spread civic data is to take it straight to social media — and a new Twitter account is doing just that.
$2,656,456 with Incapsulate LLC for 311 Customer Resource Management (CRM) System https://t.co/WXUsDrHzqT
— Baltimore Contracts (@baltcontracts) August 31, 2016
On Facebook, Troy wrote that he made a script to extract the purchasing data to a Google spreadsheet earlier this week.
By the end of the week, the Twitter account appeared. Troy is maintaining the account, and he credited Gus Sentementes with the idea for it.-30-
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