We are working to build the most complete and up-to-date database of government and civic software -- both the apps themselves and where theyre used. You can help by adding a new app or by link an app to an agency/organization that has used it.
Most Widely Used
PulsePoint empowers everyday citizens to provide life‐saving assistance to victims of...
Neighborland is a new way to make your neighborhood better.
A visualization of food inspection data in Chicago.
Network security analysis, validation and monitoring tools, packaged together with web-...
Provides easy access to real-time transit information
Recently added apps
A real time mobile civic engagement platform
The dead simple way to create and share your city or town budget.
LocalWiki is a platform for building collaborative community information hubs
Web-based geographic digital asset management software
Web-based geographic crime analysis, early warning and risk forecasting software
is being used by NYC Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications
GeoServer is an open source sever that allows users to share and edit geospatial data.
"Intranet in a box" with dashboard, wiki, etc, with customizable and shareable...
Premier, customizable version of Google's app suite.
Interactive map of alternative energy usage and potential in Boston.
A content management system that powers various types of websites