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  1. How to Use the San Francisco Tier 3 Marketplace

    Here’s what we’ve learned about how civic agencies and tech vendors can work together, leveraging the SF Tier 3 Marketplace. Please note that the information here is based on our own experiences. This blog post is not affiliated with or commissioned by the City and County of San Francisco Office of Contract Administration. 1. How…

  2. 6 Steps to Becoming a Learning Organization

    In our ten-plus years of practicing Agile, we’ve learned a few things about how it functions within Government – often the hard way. As I reflected on two of this spring’s big government technology summits in California, Agile Government Leadership (AGL) and Code for America (CfA), I heard mutterings of a common theme: “Agile is…

  3. Project Announcement: Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research

    Exygy is proud to be a part of Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research (APPR), a new initiative dedicated to achieving fair, just, and effective pretrial practices, every day, throughout the nation. APPR, a collaboration of more than a dozen organizations and individuals with diverse expertise administered by the Center for Effective Public Policy (CEPP), will…

  4. Reimagining the Affordable Housing Process in San Francisco

    CLIENT The City and County of San Francisco, led by Mayor London Breed, works to provide all who call San Francisco home with a safe, vibrant, inclusive city. The ever-growing population of nearly 900,000 residents, however, have long felt the effects of the Bay Area’s affordable housing crisis. The Housing Division of the Mayor’s Office…

  5. Prototyping Solutions for the SF School District

    Throughout 2018, we have been working with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) to provide parents, faculty, students and staff a cohesive digital experience, providing relevant and updated information in a seamless and timely manner. SFUSD is the seventh largest school district in California, educating over 57,000 students every year. While SFUSD aims to clearly…