The Code for America Summit
The Code for America Summit is a rare opportunity for more than 350 leaders in government innovation to come together in one room for a face-to-face conversation. In addition to showcasing critical achievements from the year, the Summit hosts the conversations that determine the collective vision for this movement going forward.
Government attendees: Registration is open for any interested government employee with an official government email address. Register using the Government Registration ticket offered above. No invitation is necessary.
All other attendees: General registration for other attendees is by invitation only. The fee for general registration is $1,495.
More than 35 local governments were represented at last year’s event, and we expect more this year. Attendees for 2013 will include representatives from the following groups:
- Code for America cities, fellows, and partners
- Other local government staff and officials who are working towards a new vision of government
- Civic-focused foundations, investors, and businesses
- Thought leaders in government, technology, and innovation
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Code for America
Founded in 2009, Code for America (CfA) is a national nonprofit that partners with local governments and citizens to foster civic innovation. By working to reinvigorate civic participation, accelerate the civic startup marketplace, facilitate collaboration between government leaders, and build new tools that enhance and strengthen communities, CfA is helping governments solve old problems in new ways. CfA is working towards a government by the people, for the people, that works in the 21st Century.