The Innovations in Government Program at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation announced a Map of the Month contest to recognize the impactful work being done in the area of data visualization and mapping. Visualizations and maps should illustrate, enhance understanding of, or solve a complex problem faced by the public sector. Priority will be given to maps or visualizations that display quantitative information relevant to government agencies, combine data from multiple sources, have delivered impact, and/or cut across government silos. All units of government within the United States (federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial) and nonprofits may submit maps for consideration. Software vendors are not eligible, but may submit in partnership with a government agency or nonprofit. Click here to participate.