Tag: councils

Councils explore options for online mapping tools

All parts of the public sector in Great Britain have free access to a wide range of services from the government-owned mapping agency Ordnance Survey (OS), through the Public Sector Mapping Agreement in England and Wales or the One Scotland

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#openimpact — Councilmatic

Source: flickr (this is one of the projects of the #openimpact shortlist) Councilmatic is a subscription service for city council legislative information. The web app allows users to support, oppose, and comment on a bill and discuss it with a wider community. Councilmatic provides

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Don’t laugh at my Twitter

I left Twitter and now I’m back. This is awkward. Yes, yes, I know. For someone who loathes Twitter, I seem to include it in far too many posts. I am back and going under the none too surprising handle:

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