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SmartCville is a nonprofit organization that promotes the use of technology to drive innovation in local government and improve quality of life in cities.

In 2016-17, SmartCville collaborated with Charlottesville mayor Mike Signer to create an open data policy for the city. The organization has created a city budget visualization tool, and collected data on public comments made at City Council meetings.

The group worked with the city to hold a Civic Innovation Day on June 3, 2017. [1]

In September 2019, SmartCville launched the Center for Civic Innovation.[2]

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  1. Web. Civic Innovation Day brings Charlottesville tech sector to community engagement challenges, Josh Mandell, News Article, Charlottesville Tomorrow, June 3, 2017, retrieved June 9, 2017.
  2. Web. U of Virginia launches community-driven Center for Civic Innovation, Andrea Park, News Article, Becker's Health IT and CIO Report, September 27, 2019, retrieved September 29, 2019.

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