Our  government partners are committed to helping communities make progress through cross-sector collaboration for improved technology solutions.

We partner with leaders that support technology advancement, economic development, and community-driven solutions to government challenges.


Government Partners

STIR government partners have a dedicated, central point of contact who coordinates with the San Francisco based STIR Central Program to manage the 16 week STIR program in their city. Government partners get the benefit of pre-work support from the STIR Central Program, throughout the 16 week residency. This includes up to 3 site visits in person or by teleconference from a member of the STIR team, as well as post-program reviews, wrap-up reviews, surveys and planning for future STIR cohorts. Learn more.

 

City and County of San Francisco

City of Edmonton

City of Henderson

City of Memphis

 

City of Mobile

 

City of Norfolk

 

 

 

 

City of Peoria

City of Portland Smart City PDX

 

 

City of Sacramento

 

 

City of San Leandro

 

 

 

City of West Sacramento

 

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

 

 

 

Metropolitan Transportation Commission

City of Boulder

City of Fremont Public Works Department

City of Las Vegas

 

City of Long Beach

 

Memphis Area Transit Authority

 

City of Napa

 

 

City of San Diego

 

 

 

City of San Jose

 

 

City of Syracuse

 

 

 

City of Walnut Creek

 

 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Office of Administration

 

 

Miami-Dade County

 

 

Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada

Technology Advisory Board

The Technology Advisory Board provides guidance to ensure the long-term success of the STIR challenges.

Comprised of a select group of engineers and R&D experts from global technology organizations, the Board reviews STIR challenges to provide technical advice and guidance. 

The TAB is chaired by Will Barkis, Principal at Orange Silicon Valley.