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Gov Data Mashups: Apps for Democracy Contest

Are you a techie who has a passion for government information, transparency, coding, mashups, and/or web 2.0 tools? Then sign up for the Apps for Democracy contest!

In conjunction with the DC Government’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer, the contest is offering $20,000 in prizes to be given to 60 different creators. The goal of the contest is “to reward technology developers with cash prizes and public recognition for creating applications that are useful for the DC government and the citizens, visitors and businesses of Washington, DC.”

For more information, visit the Apps for Democracy website, and you can follow the contest on Twitter or through their Facebook Group.

Dang…if only I was better at coding…

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