The City of Fremont has taken home its 31st consecutive award for excellence in financial reporting issued by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA).
The city of Long Beach as unveiled a new city website that features neighborhood mapping, an open data portal and other features designed to make services more accessible to the public.
A new audit from Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin found that four employees in the Traffic Paint and Sign division received at least $70,000 in overtime pay.
In a significant step toward trasparency in California, two open data bills have passed unanimously off their respective floors this morning.
In 2012, Simi Valley staff responded to council members’ challenge to find the most proactive, public-friendly platform in an effort to boost civic engagement.
A new report out from the IBM Center for the Business of Government examines a dozen cities across the United States that have award-winning reputations for using innovation and technology to impro
A recent report by OpenGov names the six best practices for online transparency.
On Wednesday March 18, California Forward is in Sacramento convening leading public and private sector voices on Open Data to discuss policy proposals and other means of advancing innovation in Cal
Police Chief Steve Gesell has agreed to repay $146.43 which was incorrectly included on receipts he submitted for reimbursement.
Central Valley city officials and staff to attend a free event February 4 exploring how open civic data helps local governments be more efficient, effective and responsive.