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Madison

 

Madison is a government policy co-creation platform that opens up laws and legislation previously off-limits to individuals and the Internet community. Launched to battle the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), it has since been used to power citizen participation in official government documents in the United States Congress. With Madison you can access the law as it’s being written, leave comments, annotate specific content, and interact with other civic-minded participants. Madison brings the law-making process straight to you, and gives you a say in your government’s decisions.

How it works:

Sign up and create a username.

Verify your email address.

Locate a document by browsing through titles, filtering by sponsor, or searching for keywords.

Annotate, comment on, and support or oppose the document.

Stay connected by signing up for email updates.

 

When you support or oppose a document, enter a comment, or annotate a specific section of a work in progress, the document’s sponsor receives notification electronically. Your interaction with legislation on Madison will keep sponsors informed on how their constituents feel about their work; they may also choose to incorporate suggested edits straight into their documents.

 

What’s next?

Engage with the community. Madison allows you to interact not only with specific pieces of legislation, but with other civic-minded citizens. See what other people are saying and share your thoughts. Explore documents from other sponsors or legislative bodies. And suggest changes or features you’d like to see on Madison by giving us feedback in the tab at the left-hand side of the page, or by sending us an email. We’d love to hear from you.

 

Neighborland empowers organizations to collaborate with residents on local issues. We provide real-world design tools and a web-based communication platform. Our goal is to improve the way local organizations, municipal leaders, and residents collaborate to make great ideas happen.

Neighborland empowers organizations to collaborate with residents on local issues. We provide real-world design tools and a web-based communication platform. Our goal is to improve the way local organizations, municipal leaders, and residents collaborate to make great ideas happen.

Meet Madison: Giving You a Direct Voice in Your Government

The OpenGov Foundation

This tutorial video shows you how you can use the free Madison policymaking platform to govern together with your elected officials, fellow citizens and everyone in your community.

The OpenGov Foundation

Neighborland empowers organizations to collaborate with residents on local issues. We provide real-world design tools and a web-based communication platform. Our goal is to improve the way local organizations, municipal leaders, and residents collaborate to make great ideas happen.

Keep track of the issues, news and elections you care about.

Neighborland empowers organizations to collaborate with residents on local issues. We provide real-world design tools and a web-based communication platform. Our goal is to improve the way local organizations, municipal leaders, and residents collaborate to make great ideas happen.

Nextdoor (Nextdoor app)  is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It's the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world.

 

A messaging app for teams who are changing the world

Ryver is a team communication tool that organizes team collaboration, chats, files, and even emails into a single location, for any size team.

Infinitely flexible. Incredibly easy to use. Great mobile apps. It's free. Trello keeps track of everything, from the big picture to the minute details.

Search and monitor legislation and dialogue across all 50 states and the US Congress with the world’s most comprehensive database of legislative information at your fingertips.

The Sunlight Foundation is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that uses the toolsof civic tech, open data, policy analysis and journalism to make our government and politics more accountable and transparent to all. 

Cicero is a program to look up your political representatives from local to national offices. . 

Data.gov allows the public to find, download, and use datasets that are generated and held by the US Federal Government. Data.gov provides information about how to access the datasets and tools that leverage government datasets.

Spatial social justice toolbox 

The world's first platform for leaders, handcrafted from scratch to help you grow your community and lead them to action.

Shrink the Government

Psychological insight about our politics