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What we do

We work in the field of Public Interest Technology towards advancing agile policymaking to craft solutions to complex challenges through the following services: 

About us

For us at the PIT Policy Lab, Public Interest Technologists are part of a diverse community channeling their domain expertise into public interest activities, harnessing digital technologies as tools for change.

Initiatives and Projects

Since 2021 we have conducted interdisciplinary research and systemic analysis to answer research questions. We generate informed roadmaps and develop public policy recommendations and strategies to influence multi-stakeholder innovation efforts in Latin America. We contribute to the development of regulatory frameworks for the responsible use of technology.

Clients and Partners

We collaborate with amazing organizations, governments and universities around the world.


PIT Policy Lab has proven to be a consultancy firm differentiated by its professionalism, specialization, commitment, and excellence. They are a disruptive team that generates opportunities where others see problems. Without a doubt, [working with them] was a pleasant experience, and that is why they are a great ally of us at the Science and Technology Innovation Ministry in Jalisco.


– Nora Martín Galindo, Innovation and Business and Social Development General Director, Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology of Jalisco

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Communities of practice

We are part of a series of communities, networks, and working groups that strengthen our work.


Equitable AI Community of Practice


Space to engage with participants of the Equitable AI program. Integrated by people and organizations with a vested interest in advancing gender-equitable AI.


Global f<a+i>r Network

By Women at the Table and Tecnológico de Costa Rica

Network of feminist researchers and organizations working towards an inclusive digital future with gender equality at its core.



By the US Mexico Foundation

Independent group that aims to explore how to leverage USMCA's Chapter 26 on competitiveness, to deepen economic cooperation, and to drive digitalization in the region. 

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