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Civic tech isn’t all the ways government interfaces with technology; it’s the ways citizens are brought into the fold to make their municipalities easier to understand, navigate and improve. It’s the important stuff.
That’s why the field has long been of interest to us at Technical.ly, and why we’re excited sister site Generocity has produced this list of 14 local leaders.
The riff on the realLIST features plenty of familiar faces to longtime Technical.ly readers. And for newer folks, it’s a great snapshot of Philly’s storied civic-tech history.
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