Civic Analytics Network

Taking Pittsburgh’s Open Data on the Road

Once a month in most of Pittsburgh’s 90 neighborhoods, a long-held civic tradition marches on: residents gather in church basements, park shelters, co...

What Works Cities

How Louisville Embedded Performance Management Into City Departments

The City of Louisville, Kentucky’s performance management system, LouieStat, sets the bar for city government performance improvement. Mayor Greg Fisc...

What Works Cities

Incentivizing Excellence in Boston Through Results-Driven Contracting

Boston, Massachusetts has a robust open data, performance, and analytics program, so when the opportunity to engage with What Works Cities experts aro...

Civic Analytics Network

User-Friendliness Defines Chicago’s New Data Portal

Chicago’s data portal, first launched in 2010 and codified by a mayoral Executive Order in 2012, is one of the oldest and most robust data portals in...

What Works Cities

How Kansas City’s Data Inventory Led to Better Open Data

Kansas City, Missouri’s comprehensive data inventory shows the importance of clear internal structures and processes to a successful, sustainable open...

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