Startup in Residence
17 local governments join inaugural STIR Labs cohort
Cities including Austin, Texas; Detroit, and San Jose, California, are among the first members of new program that recruits research universities to solve community challenges.
Startup in Residence announces 43 projects in 2019 cohort
Tech startups partnered with 22 local governments to create new digital tools, revamp frail processes and unite stakeholders.
40 startups named in Startup in Residence's 2019 cohort
The companies will pair with 22 local governments to develop innovative government solutions over the next 16 weeks.
Startup in Residence launches 81 local-government projects for small tech companies to solve
The projects will address transit, housing, public safety and other issues for 28 participating governments.
Minority hiring, internet-of-things key projects in Durham's startup program
The North Carolina city's Innovate Durham program, modeled after San Francisco's Startup in Residence, is bringing seven local startup firms into city hall for 12 weeks.
Startup in Residence expands to 31 cities and states for 2019
The nonprofit says it's on track to hit 100 communities within the next five years.
Startup in Residence expands to 100 cities and counties, applications open
After a small-scale national pilot, the program that pairs startups with local governments is now opening its doors to a wider pool of civic challenges.
San Francisco innovation chief Jay Nath departs for civic tech nonprofit
The chief innovation officer was formative in building keystone civic technology programs like Startup in Residence.
Meet PAIGE, San Francisco's promising young IT procurement chatbot
Advanced new virtual assistants like this one are bottling and distributing government's hidden institutional knowledge.