Following the September announcement of a partnership with Code for America, cBrain has now agreed to establish an office at the SUPERPUBLIC Lab in San Francisco, where Federal State, City, Academia and private sector collaborate around public sector innovation.
The office will allow cBrain to collaborate and work with the most technologically advanced cities in the world, at the heart of Silicon Valley innovation and entrepreneurship.
cBrain brings many years of experience as a supplier to public sector organizations. This includes the F2 standard software and cloud. F2 was built for government in close collaboration with Danish ministries and is now used by half of all ministerial departments in Denmark as well as many agencies. cBrain also brings in a new fast track approach for delivering better citizen services as well as business and data control for Municipalities and Cities, based on F2. This is called "Municipality-as-a-Service" and is used by cities like Copenhagen City in Denmark and Liverpool City in the UK.
SUPERPUBLIC was launched in May 2016, by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, U.S. General Services Administrator Denise Turner Roth, U.S. Department of Commerce, and the City Innovate Foundation as the first-of-its-kind Innovation Lab bringing public, private, nonprofit, and academic sectors together to solve urban problems. The Innovation Lab at SUPERPUBLIC is located on the top floor of 50 U.N. Plaza in the heart of the civic district of San Francisco