February 10, 2011
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Government Technology

More than 60 municipalities have expressed interest so far in the 2012 fellowship of Code for America, the nonprofit program that assigns volunteer computer programmers to work for city governments. More than 25 governments have started the applications process, according to Jennifer Pahlka, executive director and founder of Code for America (CfA). March 1 is the application deadline. The winning cities will be notified June 1, according to the CfA’s website....

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