The Guide to Crowdsourcing for State and Local Government
If you’ve ever asked for feedback on pending regulations, participated in a brainstorming session, or attended a city council meeting, you’ve already taken part in crowdsourcing.
The government uses crowdsourcing to gather input. It reduces friction, minimizes costs, and gives ownership to those they serve. So why is this method of collaborative information being formalized and growing at an ever-increasing rate? It’s simple: Two heads are better than one!
Download this guide geared toward the State and Local Government Market and understand:
- Why you should crowdsource
- The eight steps to successful crowdsourcing for the government
- How to handle the resistors and detractors.