Monday, August 24, 2015

Fwd: [DW] [Poplus] US-based Civic Tech research post for mySociety

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From: "Steven Clift" <>
Date: Aug 24, 2015 8:47 AM
Subject: [DW] [Poplus] US-based Civic Tech research post for mySociety
To: "newswire" <>, "brigade" <>, <>, "Open Government and Civic Technology- The global #opengov group" <>
Cc: "Dave Whiteland" <>

From: Dave Whiteland <>
Date: Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 6:12 AM
Subject: [Poplus] US-based Civic Tech research post for mySociety
To: poplus <>

Hello Poplus people (specifically: those of you in the USA)

We've just posted details of a role we're looking to fill for a fairly
large research contract. This is a funded position on a specific
research project -- if you are the right person for it, then please
submit you application via the Resumator link below. Or, if you know
the right person, please encourage them to do so :-)

Note that, although mySociety is indeed based in the UK, this position
is US-based.

If you have specific questions about the role, please send them to

Actually, people on this list not realise that mySociety has a busy
research team. Poplus is, of course, focused on the re-use of civic
tech, so the broader issue of how much of an impact this sort of work
has is of interest to all of us. Whether or not you're not a candidate
for this research post, you might be interested to read a little more
about our research team's work here:



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