Data for Social Good

Data for Social Good

Leveraging data and technology to drive policy, engage citizens, and improve governance.

We believe that tomorrow’s leaders need to be able to understand data and guide technology’s evolving role globally to achieve social impact. From interacting with digital natives, to asking tough questions to solve interconnected problems, we convene and educate leaders on how to best leverage data and use technological tools to re-imagine governance and revitalize the social sector.

100 Days of Innovative Solutions

Produced in partnership with the McCourt School of Public Policy’s Massive Data Institute at Georgetown University, this action plan provides a strategic roadmap for cities, federal agencies and the executive branch on how to strengthen and scale America’s innovation advantage in the new presidential administration.

Published February 8, 2017.

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The Architecture of Innovation: Institutionalizing Innovation in Federal Policymaking

Produced in partnership with the McCourt School of Public Policy’s Massive Data Institute at Georgetown University, this publication provides recommendations for how the next presidential administration can pilot, iterate and scale innovative approaches to more effectively serve the needs of its citizens.

Published October 6, 2016.

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The Architecture of Innovation: Executive Summary

In this abstract, we have highlighted the key take-aways and insights surfaced in our latest report, “The Architecture of Innovation.” In both the report and this summary, we have outlined clear recommendations and calls to action as to how government can organize for change at the highest levels to not only adapt and meet the challenges of today, but anticipate and meet the needs of tomorrow.

Published October 6, 2016.

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The Architecture of Innovation: About the Report

The above two-page fact sheet outlines how our latest publication, tis structured, its key recommendations and an exploration of the research methodologies employed.

Published October 6, 2016.

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Featured Blog Posts

Making Mapping More Human

Making Mapping More Human

March 1, 2017: What’s community mapping and how can we leverage it to drive civic engagement? Learn about The St. Louis Map Room, a pop-up community space for map-making and dialogue around civic data.

Riding the Next Wave

Riding the Next Wave

We were pleased to host Steve Case, Chairman of the Case Foundation and Revolution, to give his book talk on his “The Third Wave.”

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