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Thursday August 23 2018
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The nonprofit City Innovate's Startup in Residence (STIR) program expands to 31 cities and states. STIR pairs tech startups with city governments to solve civic technology challenges. Each city/state selects their own challenge and STIR pairs them with startups. Common challenges are managing grant systems, helping businesses to navigate the license and permitting process, or evaluating emerging technologies like electric scooters, microtransit, or bike shares. A recent product featured in the program called RideAlong gives police patrols info about people with mental disabilities before they arrive at the scene. Another company Nordsense uses technology to optimize waste collection with smart waste dispensers. Jay Nath, formerly with the San Francisco City Office of Innovation is co-executive director of City Innovate. Applications for STIR 2019 are open. StateScoop
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