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Dear friends,

Our Madison platform is now powering more public collaboration in policymaking in the District of Columbia! Today, Mayor Muriel Bowser and the Office of the Chief Technology Officer launched Drafts.dc.gov. The new site uses Madison's free, open source code and builds on years work in the District.

In March 2013, the D.C. Office of Open Government and The OpenGov Foundation launched DCdecoded.org to improve access to the legal code of D.C. and in May 2014, Councilmember David Grosso launched the first-ever opportunity for citizens to participate in drafting city laws through Madison. We're excited to take this next step to creating a turn-key solution for 21st century government policymaking.
 
Get in touch if you want to help bring collaborative policymaking to your community!

Thank you,
Seamus Kraft
Executive Director & Co-Founder
The OpenGov Foundation
 
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