PARTNERS

The notable progress made over the last eighteen months is the result of many strong public-private partnerships amongst government, business, academia, nonprofits, and philanthropy organizations. This list will no doubt continue to grow as individuals and organizations continue to respond to Mayor Emanuel’s call to make Chicago the premier technology destination in the country.

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Accenture
Allstate
BiblioCommons
Bloomberg Philanthropies
Center for Smart-Grid Applications, Research, and Technology (CSMART)
Chatham Business Association
ChicagoNEXT
Chicago Community Trust
Chicago Housing Authority
Chicago Park District
Chicago Public Library Foundation
Chicago Public Schools
Chicago Transit Authority
Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
Cisco
Citizens Utility Board
City Colleges of Chicago
City of Chicago
Civic Consulting Alliance
Code for America
Comcast
ComEd
Computer Aid, Inc.
Cook County
Data Science for Social Good
Datascope Analytics
DePaul University
DigitasLBi
Divvy
Elevate Energy
Environmental Law and Policy Center
Google
IBM
IDEO
Illinois Institute of Technology

Illinois Science & Energy Foundation
Institute for Museum and Library Services
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
Local Initiatives Support Corporation Chicago
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
MATTER
Microsoft
Mikva Challenge
Motorola Mobility Foundation
Motorola Solutions
National Science Foundation
Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship
Northwestern University
Open City
Peoples Gas
Skills for Chicagoland’s Future
Smart Chicago Collaborative
Sprague Foundation
Starter League
State of Illinois
TEC Services
UI Labs
University of Chicago
U.S. Department of Commerce
U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
UST Global
Verizon Wireless
West Monroe Partners
World Business Chicago