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2014-09-08 18:02:59
Government Executive The Citi Foundation and Living Cities announced on Friday the selection of Louisville, Kentucky; Nashville, Tennessee; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as the first three cities to participate in City Accelerator, a $3 million program that will help cities support innovation and collaboration at the local government level.
2014-09-04 17:59:40
Governing The philanthropic arm of Citigroup, in partnership with the nonprofit Living Cities, has launched a new effort to understand and replicate municipal innovation. Out of an initial group of 35 cities, and six finalists, Citi Foundation and Living Cities selected Philadelphia, Louisville, Ky., and Nashville to receive $3 million in technical assistance over 18 months.
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