San Fran’s Entrepreneurship Program applications due by Sunday

If you want to take advantage of the government funding your public sector ideas and turning them into reality, you have until the beginning of next week to get in your application.

Last month, San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee announced an entrepreneurship-in-residence program for startups solving public sector problems. Now there’s an actual application deadline and that deadline (this Sunday, October 6) is coming up.

In some ways, the program’s head, Rahul Mewawalla (he’s on the right of the photo with Lee and Lee’s chief innovation officer Jay Nath), embodies the idea of building a bridge between government and the tech world — his résumé includes positions at Nokia, NBC Universal, GE, and Yahoo.

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