Partner with us
We’ve worked with more than 100 government agencies on projects to better serve communities and transform how governments use technology. Join us in bringing the principles and practices of the digital age into government.
Become a Community Fellowship Partner
The Community Fellowship pairs local Brigade talent with their local governments to address community challenges and help transform government from the inside out. Fellows spend 3-6 months collaborating with government staff, researching user needs, meeting with key stakeholders, and improving service delivery to vulnerable populations. Read more about the program here.
To apply to become a Community Fellowship government partner, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partner with a local Brigade
The Code for America Brigade Network is a national alliance of community organizers and technologists who are putting technology to work for the benefit of their local communities. By partnering with a local Brigade, government agencies can get engaged with volunteers who want to participate in government and serve the public good.
Bring GetCalFresh to your community
GetCalFresh conducts free digital outreach via Google and Facebook to ensure difficult-to-access populations know they can apply for food assistance. The team helps residents check their eligibility and submit an online CalFresh application. GetCalFresh also provides live chat support to answer any questions related to eligibility and follows up with clients via text or email throughout the eligibility process.
If you're a California county or a CBO interested in using GetCalFresh, get in touch by sending an email to email@example.com.
Partner with us on Workforce Development
Our Workforce Development team is seeking government partners at the regional and state levels to help us explore the role government might play in improving access to quality jobs in the digital age. We’re working to identify opportunities where technology can improve outcomes for job seekers—especially for those facing barriers to employment, such as people with criminal records and youth disconnected from work and school. We’re setting up site visits with government stakeholders over the summer in 2018.
Are you a government agency committed to delivering top-notch public services and interested in becoming a research partner? Get in touch with Annelise Grimm (firstname.lastname@example.org), Senior Program Manager, Criminal Justice and Workforce Development.