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The Third Annual ATX Hack for Change will take place on June 5-7 at St. Edward's University. 

The projects that are available to be worked on at this event are now posted. Take a moment and see what has been suggested by City of Austin staffers, private sector leaders, entrapenuers, and citizens of Austin: http://atxhackforchange.org/2015-projects/

If you are interested in being involved with this event please visit http://atxhackforchange.org/ and get involved!

 

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The Third Annual ATX Hack for Change will be held June 5-7 at St. Edward's University. Anyone who wants to make a impact in Austin is encouraged to register for this year's event:...

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Stephen Elkins, City of Austin CIO, has been named one of the top 25 Doers, Dreamers and...

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The City of Austin will host its second Open Government Symposium April 9, 2015 featuring legal experts discussing open government issues including legislation, litigation, trends and the role of...

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GIS Day is an international forum for geographic information system (GIS) users to share their knowledge and applications of GIS technology. GIS day provides an opportunity for students of all...

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Vote ATX is a free online application that helps Austin residents easily locate voting locations based on a provided address.

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Stephen Elkins, The City of Austin’s Chief Information Officer, has been named the Public Sector Information Technology Executive of the Year by the Association of Information Technology...

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This month, the AustinGo team completed our ninth ‘Sprint.’

A ‘Sprint’ is a six- to eight-week work session in which the communications and technology teams work together on strategic goals...

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