...is a place for you, me, and the world to come together and create solutions!
It’s an opportunity for government and nonprofits agencies to get a crowd of people together and to ask them for help solving problems.
The U.S. Government authorized crowdsourcing of solutions...
However, other than 2016, when 176 projects were launched (see chart to the right), the Federal Government is failing to make use of crowdsourcing as a tool. Further, when they do it is primarily only for D) collecting data.
We are changing that to bring the public into solution development.
Here is how it works
Requestor agencies (government and non-profit), that want help, create a 30-second pitch video describing a problem they want solved.
Citizens/Participants will watch the pitch videos and form teams around problems the want to work on.