We are looking for two Fellows to support our mission to help government become more collaborative, inventive, and responsive to San Franciscans. Fellows will work with changemakers and innovators in City Departments to support our team’s work on Mayor Lee’s priority to improve the safety, cleanliness, and livability of San Francisco. Fellowship is targeted to start September 13, 2017.
Calling all civic technologists and change makers! The Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation (MOCI) is opening a call for two new Mayor’s Innovation Fellows to join us for a one-year fellowship embedded in City government.
The Asian Art Museum seeks to provide an even deeper and more enjoyable visitor experience through prototyping exhibition elements and inviting visitor feedback as part of our exhibition interpretation planning and design process.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is the municipal water, power and sewer services provider for the City and County of San Francisco. We generate and deliver power to hundreds of municipal buildings in San Francisco, including libraries, schools, fire stations, recreation centers, and office buildings. While this power is 100% greenhouse gas-free, the City’s large facility inventory brings with it a responsibility to use this energy as efficiently as possible. San Francisco has invested for many years in energy efficiency and renewable energy projects in these public buildings, and the City is saving over $5 million each year in energy costs as a result.
Car sharing is a simple idea that’s already helping San Francisco achieve environmental and transportation system goals as it provides residents and businesses a way to reduce their parking headaches and transportation expenses while maintaining access to “just enough car” for errands and other trips. Research has repeatedly shown that every shared vehicle available to users results in private cars being taken off the road, with conservative estimates of from 7 to 15 vehicles taken off the streets for every shared vehicle.
On January 31, 2014, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) asked its customers to voluntarily curtail water consumption by 10%. To facilitate achieving this goal, the SFPUC Communications Division developed a multi-lingual and edgy public education campaign that successfully promoted water conservation through behavioral changes and plumbing upgrades for residents and businesses.
The Mayor’s Innovation Fellowship in the Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation (MOCI) is a novel one-year program that looks to utilize entrepreneurial minds from all sectors to help San Francisco tackle challenging civic issues and be more accountable, accessible and responsive to residents. Meet our 2015 Fellows!
The Mayor’s Office of Civic Innovation (MOCI) is opening a call for two new Mayor’s Innovation Fellows. MOCI champions new ideas and approaches that make our City government more accountable, accessible and responsive to the residents of San Francisco. This novel one-year program looks to utilize entrepreneurial minds from all sectors to help San Francisco tackle challenging civic issues, including open data standards for social services, entrepreneurship in residence, workforce innovation, and much more.
In October, we announced the opening of applications for our firstEntrepreneurship-in-Residence program. We received hundreds of applications from an impressive group of world-class startups. After reviewing the teams and applications, we were able to narrow them down to 11 semi-finalists.
A new platform for civic innovation has arrived. The City and County of San Francisco is proud to announce that it will be hosting a feature event — called a “Datapalooza” — on October 17th to highlight local innovators that are transforming open data into valuable new products and services. This celebratory showcase will include ten entrepreneurs that answered a call-to-action from the White House Office of Science & Technology Policy, the California Governor’s Office of Business & Economic Development, and the San Francisco Office of Civic Innovation.
Mayor Edwin M. Lee, in collaboration with the White House and other strategic partners, today announced San Francisco’s Entrepreneurship-in-Residence (EIR) program. “We need the top entrepreneurs to work with us on opportunities that are actual pain points and needs of government. San Francisco’s EIR program advances our role and vision as the Innovation Capital of the World,” said Mayor Ed Lee.
Empowering government to become more collaborative, inventive, and responsive to San Franciscans.
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