Some app ideas so far include
- iPassport – get a badge for every national park or monument that you visit.
- Collect and publish the latitude and longitude coordinates of all government office that are open to the general public (e.g., Social Security District Offices) so that mapping programs such as Bing/Google maps can display locations accurately.
- A mobile app that allows citizens, youth, and the unemployed to propose and bid on city improvement projects. If the project gains enough votes the government will fund to the project utilizing unemployed, youth and short term skilled workers.
- An application that would locate the nearest state park camp site, and immediately allow you to book a reservation. This way you could travel around from camp site to camp site and instantly view availability, location, location relative to you.
You can see all of the suggestions–and vote them up or down–at the dialogue site.
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**reposted from the Mobile Gov Blog from the Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies at GSA**