More federal program managers are considering their crowdsourcing options for different projects. It isn’t a new idea but it’s one that still has a hint of innovation about it. In many cases, it’s also a relatively cheap or free way to do stakeholder engagement and outreach, find interesting new ideas, or enlist the support of a community to do some great things. But a lot of federal managers are still unclear about what crowdsourcing is and whether and how they should use it.

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More federal program managers are considering their crowdsourcing options for different projects. It isn’t a new idea but it’s one that still has a hint of innovation about it. In many cases, it’s also a relatively cheap or free way to do stakeholder engagement and outreach, find interesting new ideas, or enlist the support of a community to do some great things. But a lot of federal managers are still unclear about what crowdsourcing is and whether and how they should use it.

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More federal program managers are considering their crowdsourcing options for different projects. It isn’t a new idea but it’s one that still has a hint of innovation about it. In many cases, it’s also a relatively cheap or free way to do stakeholder engagement and outreach, find interesting new ideas, or enlist the support of a community to do some great things. But a lot of federal managers are still unclear about what crowdsourcing is and whether and how they should use it.

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