We’re off to San Francisco on Monday for the first week of the Code for America Accelerator. So this week, we’re paying homage to the awesome companies that came before us in the accelerator’s inaugural class.
Aunt Bertha picks up where Uncle Sam left off by simplifying the search and application process for social services. We collect information on federal, state, county, city, neighborhood and nonprofit programs and put it all in one place. In just a few seconds, users can enter basic information and find programs relevant to their needs.
Captricity is an award-winning Berkeley, CA-based technology startup that offers a completely self-serve data entry service for digitizing paper forms.
LearnSprout brings interoperability and accessibility to school data. They build tools to access the valuable data (e.g. roster info, grades, attendance) currently silo-ed away in legacy student information systems used across US K12.
Measured Voice (MV) is a web-based social media management system (SMMS) designed to help government organizations create, publish, and measure social media content. Measured Voice helps users manage multiple social media accounts, enact publishing workflow, delineate team roles, and measure results and team performance through a simple interface.
MindMixer is an engagement tool that activates community contributors. Ideas, voices, and perspectives are shared to facilitate deeper conversations that yield actionable insights. The tool has helped create a network of contributors in more than 250 organizations around the country.
Recovers is a toolkit for community powered disaster recovery. The disaster response platform at [townname].recovers.org incorporates searchable databases, social media aggregation, and mobile tools, allowing grassroots organizers to efficiently marshal resources in their area.
Revelstone is a performance metrics and social networking company for the public sector. We are building an online virtual community that enables local government leaders to measure, compare, and discuss operational performance results with their peers in order to learn from each other to improve.