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{{toplink|url=http://codeforamerica.org|name=codeforamerica.org}}<blockquote>''What if all government services were this good?''</blockquote>
 
{{toplink|url=http://codeforamerica.org|name=codeforamerica.org}}<blockquote>''What if all government services were this good?''</blockquote>
Code for America uses the principles and practices of the digital age to improve how government serves the American public, and how the public improves government.
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'''Code for America uses the principles and practices of the digital age to improve how government serves the American public''', and how the public improves government.
  
 
Since 2011, we’ve worked with thousands of tech industry professionals to help 100+ local governments serve their communities better.  Now we're working with government to make the most of our tax dollars to help millions of underserved Americans.
 
Since 2011, we’ve worked with thousands of tech industry professionals to help 100+ local governments serve their communities better.  Now we're working with government to make the most of our tax dollars to help millions of underserved Americans.

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codeforamerica.org

What if all government services were this good?

Code for America uses the principles and practices of the digital age to improve how government serves the American public, and how the public improves government.

Since 2011, we’ve worked with thousands of tech industry professionals to help 100+ local governments serve their communities better. Now we're working with government to make the most of our tax dollars to help millions of underserved Americans.

Note:  This description came from the organization's What We Do page. The organization's headquarters is located in San Francisco, California.