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GSA Crowdsourcing Website Nominated for Government Innovations Award

GSAThe General Services Administration’s crowdsourcing website has been selected one of the finalists for the Innovations in American Government Award, Nextgov reported Wednesday.

Charles Clark writes Challenge.gov is among the top five contenders for that award, sponsored by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University’s Kennedy School.

The Ford Foundation funds the award with the goal of recognizing and promoting programs worthy of emulation by other agencies, according to the report.

Ash Center picked the finalists from 600 applications and the winner will be announced in December, the report says.

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