Startup in Residence Program to Expand to Nation’s Capital

By Public Spend Forum ‌‌ posted 17 days ago



Washington, D.C. will be the lead city in the East Coast expansion of the Startup in Residence (STiR) program, the San Francisco-born program that fosters collaboration between startups and government agencies. The Office of the Chief Technology Officer, in collaboration with several other offices, will start recruiting participating agencies and startups within the next few months. Learn more about the STiR program in a recent episode of the Public Impact Podcast.

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