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City of Bloomington Partners with to Improve Access to Government Services

  • 3 mths ago

Bloomington, Ind.–Mayor John Hamilton announced today that the City of Bloomington will receive pro bono support from a team of Fellows to deploy CiviForm, a tool to simplify and centralize online applications for government assistance programs. CiviForm is an open-source tool developed originally by the City of Seattle with support from to make applying for government programs easier and faster.

A team of 12 Google employees will work full-time with the City of Bloomington for six months as part of a Fellowship, providing pro bono technical expertise to nonprofits and civic entities. The City of Bloomington ITS Department (Information & Technology Services) will lead this initiative in partnership with Parks & Recreation.

The CiviForm pilot program will focus on improving the application processes for public benefits programs like the Parks Foundation Youth Scholarship program and the ITS Surplus Computer Request process. After the Fellowship ends, City staff can continue using CiviForm further to improve online access to other City services. 

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