I love year-ahead forecasts and have looked a number of them from all over the global IT press. Here’s what the buzz seems to be for 2013 from a nonprofit technology viewpoint. This piece was originally published recently on TechSoup.org.
This was my inaugural post highlighting nonprofit technology news from around the world. In this case, it's a recap of some of the big nonprofit technology stories of 2012. The original post appeared on the TechSoup.org blog last month.
This is the first post in a series of roundups on transparency, democracy, and human rights. In this transparency digest we look into the challenges of transparency in the U.S. federal government, international corruption rankings and the complex relationships between government and the Internet.
This is the first post in a series of roundups on fund development. In this week’s digest, we take a look into USAID’s new program geared towards resilience in crisis prone areas, the continued aid funding fall out for Rwanda, as well as new funding for AIDs relief. Finally, find out how the new U.S. fiscal cliff tax laws will affect nonprofit funding.
In my 2012 Nonprofit Technology Year in Review I mentioned that Lucy Bernholz' top buzz word of 2012 was "data." She maintains that we are only at the beginning of learning how to use data well for social purposes and philanthropy. Find below some highlights of the social good data world from Guidestar International's ace researcher, Keisha Taylor.