The class will consist of teams of 5 students per assigned government client. Each team will scope their project/problem; conduct user research in the field; rapidly design, build and test lightweight prototypes; and, if relevant, create a plan to scale their product. Teams will also offer policy, operations, and strategy recommendations. Teams are expected to work transparently, blogging about their findings several times during the class.
/// Who You Are We are looking for students with an interest in technology and government, who can dedicate 12-15 hours per week to their projects, and deliver for their clients. While no specific experience or class is required, we seek to create interdisciplinary student teams who will make this class a priority.
/// Read More Please review http://innovategovernment.org/, including past student presentations and blogs, to better understand the class. Please also read the 2018 class recap: https://medium.com/@NickSinai/harvard-students-hack-government-with-empathy-66e11030c56f
/// DeadlineApplications are due Friday, Jan 25 at 11:59pm. Accepted students will be notified by Sunday, Jan 27, at midnight and instructed to submit a Petition to Enroll. They will then be officially accepted by the instructor.
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