A group of Code For America Fellows will be in Indianapolis next month to work with city officials. TechPoint, the state's technology initiative, says the three fellows will help develop data analysis, transparency and public engagement tools. January 26, 2015

Information from an invitation for TechPoint's February 6th New Economy New Rules event. You can connect to more about it by clicking here.

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – During the month of February, three Code for America fellows will be in Indianapolis. They'll work with city officials to develop tools to improve data analysis, increase transparency and highlight public engagement to improve safety for all Indianapolis residents. Code for America is a national program built on the belief that government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century. Fellows in the program are dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use.

To help kick off their month-long stay in town, three Indianapolis Code for America fellows will make up the panel for our February 6th New Economy New Rules. Join us to hear about how technology is affecting civic engagement and about their work in Indianapolis this month.

More about Code for America in Indianapolis from Mayor Greg Ballard: 

“Indy's selection for the next Code for America program provides an excellent opportunity to bring forward thinking solutions to city government. Indy is using data in innovative ways to enhance public safety. Our team looks forward to working with the Code for America fellows to better integrate data in our daily efforts to make Indy an even better place live and work.”

More about New Economy New Rules:

New Economy New Rules is held at the downtown Indianapolis offices of the law firm Barnes & Thornburg and is broadcast via a live, interactive video feed to many locations throughout Indiana, as well as sometimes Chicago, Grand Rapids and Washington DC.

TechPoint’s breakfast series is open to the public and seeks to introduce revolutionary thinking about how business is done today and how it will be done tomorrow. A question and answer session follows short presentations by our subject matter experts and VIP panelists.

Source: TechPoint

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