Bill Track 50 and Votility are integrated with a Single Sign On technology.
March 11, 2015 -
Over 150 Energy and Tech professionals attended the 4th quarterly Energy + Tech Mashup on February 3rd.
February 05, 2015 -
As a small business person, it may be difficult to find the time to monitor upcoming legislation that could affect you or your business. A number of websites are available to make the task a little easier.
December 29, 2014 -
At ALICE, we’re always excited to hear about ways that legislative data is being made more easily accessible. This is one area where information wants to be free -- and really ought to be free.
December 02, 2014 -
ELGL is excited to announce a new partnership with BillTrack50. We interviewed founder Karen Suhaka to learn what we’re missing if our organization is not tracking federal and state legislation.
November 24, 2014 -
Emerging Local Government Leaders
It's a straightforward idea: There's loads of public information about what's going on in legislative action, and people need to have a simple way to track it, pull information together, and use it for their own decision making.
October 26, 2014 -
Small Fish Business Coaching
Today Votility is excited to announce our official partnership with BillTrack50, a legislation tracking website.
October 21, 2014 -
Short video highlighting examples from each panelist.
September 26, 2014 -
Online activism is often viewed as the classic middle class response to societal challenges. It is often criticized for not promoting actionable outcomes, just rhetoric or lots of signed petitions.
September 16, 2014 -
Denver Startup Week
State legislatures pass hundreds to thousands of bills each year, but do we know what happens in each of those bills passed? Often times, no. That’s why tracking your state government’s legislation is important. It may seem like a daunting task at first, but we’ve compiled a couple tips to make tracking your legislature that much easier.
March 01, 2014 -
Tea Party Command Center
Last Thursday night, startups from the Denver area came to compete for the chance to travel to the final round of the Challenge Cup in Washington, D.C. They came from the world of education, energy, health and smart cities-and all were looking to disrupt markets with unique strategies. They put their best pitches on display, especially as judges reminded them that their "competitors from around the world" were watching them that night.
January 28, 2014 -
Last week was the Challenge Cup Denver's Regional competition, held at Galvanize. Dozens of startups delivered their one-minute pitch on stage to a panel of judges, where one company from each category would emerge as the winner and move onto the final round.
January 20, 2014 -
A new page on the website of the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition lets you track bills in the state legislature that could affect the flow or availability of information in Colorado. We use BillTrack50, a subscription service and CFOIC member organization, to stay informed on proposals such as SB 14-034, Sen. Bernie Herpin's bill to strengthen the journalist shield law in Colorado.
January 13, 2014 -
Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition
Almost everyone interested in public policy finds themselves tracking federal or state legislation on specific topic or a particular bill. A number of excellent resources are available to do this and several of these are free or low-cost!
December 09, 2013 -
Hackers, developers, and public servants came together during Denver Startup Week to discuss improvements that have been made, as well as challenges that exist, when it comes to Colorado's publicly available data. The issues are at the core of broader trends in "big data", open government, and finding new ways to help startups use the resources of government to build businesses while helping citizens.
September 20, 2013 -
Despite having founded a total of six companies, Karen Suhaka isn't afraid to admit that she's persistently learning how to run a business. For the serial entrepreneur and founder of LegiNation (the company behind BillTrack50), learning along the way has been a crucial experience that has helped to mold the companies sheâ€™s operated as well as to mold herself as an entrepreneur.
September 17, 2013 -
So far this year, state and federal legislators have logged more than 133,000 bills. Of those, about 20,000 have been passed into law. Some of these may impact you or your business, but who has the time to go through all of those bills?
September 09, 2013 -
1 Million Cups: a program to educate and connect entrepreneurs, is set to launch in downtown Denver next Wednesday, June 12th. The Mile High City is the newest city - and the eighth nationwide - to host the weekly gathering that is building startup communities over cups of coffee and conversation across the country.
June 12, 2013 -
At CTA, we monitor legislation relevant to Colorado's technology industry. To make it easy for members to track what's happening, we've partnered with Legination to use a tool called BillTrack50 (created by Colorado entrepreneur Karen Suhaka!).
March 05, 2013 -
Colorado Technology Association
Give us the BillTrack50 elevator pitch. BillTrack50 provides convenient and user-friendly 50-state legislative data to both citizens and those with a professional interest.
February 20, 2013 -
While the rest of us go about our business, Congress is making decisions and voting on bills that could change our lives and the lives of our businesses. BillTrack50 wants to open up that world to public view.
December 30, 2012 -
LegiNation, creator of the BillTrack50 solution, today announced a partnership with Visible Government Online to provide advocacy groups with an interactive bill scorecard for an organization's website. The tool, called LegiScore, provides a customized framework to score bills and legislators based the criteria developed by the group. Advocacy organizations that track policy and mobilize a voter-base now can quickly make their public aware of how bills affect their concerns, and the votes of lawmakers on those bills.
December 12, 2012 -
The third annual CityCamp Colorado took place on October 26, 2012. Almost 140 people attended the event, making it the largest gathering of open government advocates ever in Colorado. The attendees and presenters include city CIOs and IT staff, senior city leaders, Colorado state IT leaders, private enterprises and startups, nonprofits, elected officials and citizens.
November 30, 2012 -