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Posted: Tuesday, February 4, 2014 12:00 am | Updated: 1:52 pm, Thu Jun 5, 2014.

A former nonprofit worker, experience designer and software engineer make up the team assigned to the two Kansas Cities for Code for America, a year-long program that aims to help city governments use the web to increase efficiency, transparency and citizen participation. Kansas City is one of nine communities in 2013 working with the four-year-old San Francisco-based non-profit.

"Today marks the beginning of a collective effort between Kansas City, Kansas and Kansas City, Missouri to improve the quality of services we provide to residents on both sides of the state line," Kansas City, Kan. mayor Joe Reardon said today in a press release. The two Kansas Cities were Code for America's first joint application to be approved for its program.

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