Congressional Hackathon - Existing Projects Worth Sharing on Stage
During the 11/30/17 Congressional Hackathon, individuals will be allowed on stage to give quick pitches on projects they have been working on that are technologically innovative and relevant to Congress (these projects can be of any type--public, private, academic, etc.). This form is for anyone to suggest any project that they think is worth pitching on stage.
This form must be completed by 6 p.m. ET on Monday, November 27, 2017 in order to be considered for inclusion in this part of the program. Note that submissions (but not the email field) may be shared publicly.
Your name, title, and office/affiliation
If you prefer to be anonymous, just put "anonymous"
Your project headline
What is a short, catchy name of your project?
Briefly describe your project
Briefly describe the problem your project hopes to address, how it solves that problem. Make sure to prominently include the relevance to Congress.
What is the status of your project?
How far along is your project, and what remains to be done?
Resources your project uses
Please share background information, existing tools, and data repositories, etc.
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