Front Door: a Paper Census Update

Imagine a city with a single front door, where no matter what a resident needed, the city would use all the information it had to collaborate and seamlessly deliver services to them. […]

Guest Post: Austin Abdicates Innovation

This is a guest post from ATA advisory board member Chelsea Collier. It is cross-posted on Austin Startups. Sometimes saying, “I told you so” feels smugly satisfying. This is not […]

Why May Matters

Here in Texas, primary elections matter – and the May 22 runoff elections are the final opportunity for voters to weigh in. Primary elections are when voters select the Republican […]