We are sf.citi, the tech trade association of San Francisco. We empower the San Francisco technology community to have a voice in local tech policy decisions and collaborate with leaders in government on solving local issues. Founded in 2012, we are committed to building cross-sector conversation between the City’s tech, nonprofit, and political communities. We drive innovative policy solutions and develop social impact partnerships to address longstanding issues facing San Francisco.


sf.citi compiled a list of resources from San Francisco tech companies — and sf.citi members — to help people, organizations, and businesses navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about these tech resources and the latest COVID-19 updates in San Francisco, the Bay Area, and California.

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Learn all about San Francisco politics by reading SF Politics 101, the ultimate guide to San Francisco government. You will find information about San Francisco’s legislative process, the nuances of San Francisco elections, and even a San Francisco City organizational chart.

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At the beginning of the year, sf.citi sets a policy agenda outlining the tech policy areas that matter most to sf.citi and our members. Read our latest policy goals and commitments around workforce development, the digital divide, housing, homelessness, and more in San Francisco.

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.@BradSmi announced that @Microsoft aims to provide free digital skills training to 25 million people! The goal is to expand #tech skills needed to find employment during #COVID19 and adjust to an increasingly remote workforce. @erica_pandey @axios

Microsoft president Brad Smith at the White House. Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images.

Microsoft aims to prep 25 million people for the future of work — for free

Around half the U.S. population is currently out of work.


Calling all local artists - Your work could be featured on Muni as part of the @SFBeautiful Muni 2021 art contest! This years theme is "SF United". Submissions are due on 7/17 by 6pm. Application and info: https://bddy.me/3iDUArS

⚡️Important Update⚡️ http://sf.citi member @FundingCircleUS has resumed accepting applications for the #paycheckprotectionprogram. Extending the program means Funding Circle be able to help up to 45,000 more small businesses by August 8th. https://fundingcircle.com/us/paycheck-protection-program-loans/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=organic_social&utm_audience=prospect&utm_segment=brand&utm_campaign=ppp_508_11am

At our recent #ScalingSocialImpact conversation on #racialequity, @juliembaby of @airbnb and @d_lux_brand of @Twitter shared strategies for creating more inclusive #tech workplaces and products. See what we learned from @366Technology @TwitterForGood

Airbnb and Twitter Share Strategies for Achieving Racial Equity - 366 Technology

Executives at Airbnb and Twitter shared how their companies are working to promote racial equity within their workplaces and products.


The @BlackGirlsCode movement started with a computer science class in the Bay Area with less than ten girls and has grown to reach over 20,000 students with 15 chapters across the U.S. and in South Africa. #stemeducation #diversityintech #blackgirlscode

How Black Girls Code transformed from basement experiment to international movement

Black women make up less than 0.5 percent of leadership roles in tech. Kimberly Bryant is trying to change that.


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