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Category Archives: Blog

  1. White Supremacy Has No Place in Our Country

    Dear Friends, On January 6th, entitled, armed, privileged, nationalistic, white supremacists stormed and desecrated our legislative bodies. They were incited to rebellion by the President of the United States himself. They waved the confederate flag — one that represents a shameful history of slavery and lynchings. Law enforcement, instead of protecting our democracy in a…

  2. 2021 Vision: Our Commitment to a New Year

    Dear friends, In 2020, we’ve adapted to relying on virtual communication, taken to the streets to advocate for pressing social issues like police brutality and racial justice, and aligned our work to more directly move the needle on the things that matter.  While so much has changed, our gratitude for you and our desire to…

  3. Welcome, Netra Badami!

    We’re thrilled to introduce Netra Badami, our Senior Web Engineer. As an Engineer at Exygy, Netra leads a number of projects, including playing a critical role on the technical side of our work to expand access to affordable housing through Bloom Housing. With an innate love of writing code to solve complex issues, Netra has been…

  4. Open Source Software in Government: The Intersection of Two Public Goods

    This post is written by Exygy’s long time counsel, Joe Morris. Joe’s 2016 article on choosing an open source license is an oft-referenced primer on open source licensing issues. This post goes more specifically into issues of open source licensing in government. Over the years, I have often wondered why public funds are not more…

  5. Today We Celebrate, Tomorrow We Work

    Hi friends,  This weekend our country witnessed one of the most contentious and monumental Presidential Elections of our time. In the end, after five days of manic speculation and browser refreshing, love, justice, and compassion won – by razor-thin margins. The Biden-Harris campaign called for the restoration of the “soul of this country,” and although…