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
Build, analyze and share maps created with GIS data and other datasets.
DistrictBuilder is an open source, web-based collaborative redistricting application
A mobile app platform built for all government agencies and departments
Shareabouts is a mapping app for crowd sourcing.
Open source blogging tool and publishing platform.
Recently added apps
Improve My City allows citizens to report, vote and track non-emergency issues
Organized news and talk from neighborhood and government.
An open source tool for managing contacts
Parliamentary monitoring and access to elected representatives.
A unique marketplace
is being used by House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform
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