The editors of Government Technology together with e.Republic Labs, a sister organization focused on civic innovation and new market entrants, have developed the inaugural GovTech100, a listing of the leading 100 companies focused on government as a customer, having developed an innovative or disruptive offering to improve or transform government, or having created new models for delivering services. These companies are active in one or more market segments: administrative, service delivery, intelligent infrastructure and civic tech focus areas. To have your company considered for recognition, or to change your profile, please contact us.

 

Name Founded Description
2FA 2006
Accela 1999 Accela provides civic engagement solutions and improves core processes for city, county, state and federal governments.
AmigoCloud 2011 AmigoCloud is a geospatial platform that helps you collect, manage, analyze, visualize, and publish your location data.
Appallicious 2010 Appallicious is an open data visualization company that creates products to help government better serve its citizens.
AppCityLife 2009 APPCityLife is an end-to-end platform transforming the way cities and agencies produce mobile apps.
ArchiveSocial 2011 ArchiveSocial is a social media archiving solution for business compliance and legal protection activities in enterprises.
Aunt Bertha 2010 Aunt Bertha enables individuals to find and apply for government and charitable social service programs.
AutoGrid 2011 AutoGrid Systems organizes energy data and employs big data analytics to generate real-time predictions that create actionable data.
BasicGov 2010 BasicGov Systems offers web software for key business tasks in economic development, community development, and land management.
Bidgely 2010 Bidgely is a disruptive technology company developing an energy monitoring and management solution for eco-friendly energy saving.
BlueLine Grid 2013 BlueLine Grid operates the premier mass notification and critical collaboration platform for corporations and government agencies.
Boundless 2012 Boundless is a provider of open source product support, training and core development to meet geospatial requirements.
BS&A Software 1987 BS&A Software provides integrated systems of financial management and property tax products designed specifically for municipalities.
Buildingeye 2012 Buildingeye is a user friendly planning information portal specializing in GIS and data visualization.
C3 IOT 2009
Captricity 2011 Captricity is a cloud-based service that converts information on paper to digital data rapidly and effectively.
Citizinvestor 2012 Citizinvestor is a crowdfunding and civic engagement platform for government projects.
CityGrows 2015 CityGrows is the transparency-first process management platform for government.
CityScan 2011 CityScan provides street-level intelligence services for municipalities in the United States.
CitySourced 2009 CitySourced is an enterprise civic engagement platform in the world, connecting citizens with their local government.
Cityzenith 2009 Cityzenith provides the world's leading data visualization platform software and applications for IoT and Smart Cities.
CivicPlus 1994 CivicPlus provides integrated software for cities and counties across North America. (Websites, HRMS, Mass Notfications and more)
CivilMaps 2014 Civil Maps provides cognition for autonomous vehicles through localization in 6D, 3D semantic maps, AI, and continental scale crowdsourcing.
Civinomics 2011 Civinomics is a community-based web platform that provides crowdsourced solutions to local problems and fostering engagement.
ClearGov 2015 ClearGov is helping citizens better understand their local government's financial performance.
Compology 2012 Compology develops a dynamic routing system for the waste management industry.
ConnectedBits 1975 ConnectedBits develops mobile applications to connect governments and other organizations with their communities.
coUrbanize 2013 coUrbanize is an online community engagement platform connecting real estate developers and municipalities with residents.
Court Innovations 2013 Court Innovations develops and implements online negotiation systems for courts and constituents.
CrimeStar 1999 Crimestar is an information management tools for law enforcement and public safety.
DataMade 2012 DataMade is a civic technology company that builds open source technology using open data.
Department of Better Technology 2013 Department of Better Technology makes great software that helps governments and non-profits better serve their communities.
DoubleMap 2009 DoubleMap is the provider of an innovative Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) platform for university and public transit systems.
DropCountr 1975 Dropcountr connects people and their utilities on the mobile devices they use everyday.
eGov Strategies 2001 eGov Strategies provides governments with enterprise payment services, content management and additional interactive service delivery tools.
EngagePoint 2007 EngagePoint is an IT service company that accelerates the government’s transition to a modern, integrated, sustainable enterprise.
Enigma 2011 Enigma sells operational data management and intelligence, and supports the open data community by making its vast library of data public.
ePermitHub 2012 ePermitHub is a web-based portal based in Florida that allows its users to track, review, and inspect their permits.
Esri 1969 Esri offers geographic information system software, web GIS, and geodatabase management applications.
EvoGov 1997 EvoGov is an internet provider offering website hosting, design, and other services to many types of organizations.
FireStop 2013 FireStop is a cloud-based response software that helps firefighters share critical response information and leverage data in real time.
FiscalNote 2013 FiscalNote uses artificial intelligence and big data to deliver predictive analytics of governmental action to determine its impact.
GovDelivery / Granicus 2000 GovDelivery enables public sector organizations to connect with more people and to get those people to take action.
GovInvest 2014 GovInvest helps governments visualize and understand complex actuarial data.
GovQA 2011 Provides records request management software to governments.
GovSense 2014 GovSense is cloud-based permitting, licensing and financial software for state and local government.
Granicus 2002 Granicus Venture is a private equity group based in Dublin, Ireland and Dallas, Texas.
iWorQ 2001 iWorQ Systems provides municipal management software.
Junar 2010 Junar offers a cloud-based open data platform allowing businesses to free their data to drive opportunities, collaboration and transparency.
LocalData 2011 LocalData makes digital tools to collect and analyze information about urban infrastructure.
Localisto 2011 Localisto is a new way to discover your community. Find topics and events that matter to you with location-based search and preference
Loci Controls 2013 Loci Controls is a developer of wireless sensor and actor network devices for optimizing the extraction of methane from landfills.
Loveland 2012 LOVELAND Technologies develops crowdfunding and social mapping systems, with a unique creative culture and brand that mixes virtualand real.
Mark43 2012 Mark43 develops law enforcement software that allows police to collect, manage, analyze and share information.
Maximus 1975 Maximus is an operator of government health and human services programs that help serve citizens with compassion and efficacy.
Measured Voice 2010 Measured Voice is a social media management tool for government.
Metropia 2012 Metropia optimizes transportation systems by using behavioral economics to influence drivers to shift departure times, routes and modes.
MetroTech 2011 MetroTech Net is a software-analytics company, focused on the integration of new technologies for the smarter city.
MeWe 2014 MeWe provides workflow software for government inspectors.
Munetrix 2010 Munetrix is a web-based information source providing financial information and forecasting for municipal governments and schools.
Municibid 2006 Municibid is a compliant, online auction and marketing platform.
Municode 1951 Municode provides website design & development, electronic payment processing, codification, and publishing services to local governments.
MuniLogic 1973 MuniLogic provides property management and administration software.
MuniRent 2014 MuniRent helps government agencies share heavy duty equipment internally within their fleet.
MySidewalk 2010 mySidewalk is a data tool that helps people use data to make better, more confident decisions about places.
Neighborland 2011 Neighborland enables residents to collaborate with local organizations and take action on their area-related issues.
Neighborly 2012 Neighborly modernizes access to public finance, the $1 billion dollar per day market that funds vital public projects like schools & parks.
Nextdoor 2010 Nextdoor is a private social network that enables members to communicate with neighbors.
NextRequest 2015 NextRequest makes public records requests friendlier for the public and easier for governments.
NIC 1992 NIC is a provider of innovative digital government solutions and secure payment processing.
OneConcern 2015 OneConcern pushes the barriers of technology in risk assessment and damage and loss estimation.
OpenCounter 2012 OpenCounter combines Silicon Valley and public-sector talent to create best-of-class products for modern governments.
OpenGov 2012 OpenGov offers cloud-based software that visualizes municipal financial data, allowing governments to access, analyze, and share data.
Opower 2007 Opower is a SaaS-based customer engagement and energy efficiency company providing the tools consumers need to make better energy decisions.
OpportunitySpace 2012 Tolemi is a smart city technology product company.
OppSites 2014 OppSites drives economic development by connecting Cities and Real Estate Professionals in a single marketplace
Peak Democracy 2007 Peak Democracy offers a cloud-based online civic engagement platform called Open Town Hall.
Periscope Holdings 2001 Periscope Holdings helps organizations build a better procurement process.
Placemeter 2012 Placemeter is an urban intelligence platform. We quantify modern cities worldwide. The answers you need are all around you.
Pondera 2011 Pondera offers a comprehensive cloud solution to help you detect, investigate, and enforce fraud, waste, and abuse.
PredPol 2012 PredPol predicts crime using cloud software technology that identifies the highest risk times and places in near real-time.
ProductBio 2012 ProductBio is a database of product category information for the procurement process.
ProudCity 2016 ProudCity is a software company providing cities with websites and online government services.
Recovers 2011 Recovers is a software company making disaster preparedness and recovery smarter.
Remix 2014 Remix is a planning platform for public transit.
Revelstone 2010 Revelstone data analytics and reporting platform scaled for small and medium sized jurisidictions.
SABR.IO 2015 SABR monitors multiple blockchains to identify and locate criminal activity.
Seabourne 2010 Seabourne is a technology and data strategy firm.
SeamlessDocs 2011 SeamlessDocs is a eSig and form automation platform that specializes in working with govs to help them digitize their PDF & form processes.
SeeClickFix 2008 SeeClickFix provides tools for residents and governments to communicate for all sizes, populations, and budgets.
SmartProcure 2011 SmartProcure is a procurement database company for businesses and government agencies.
SnapSense 2011 To help community leaders lead by harnessing big data at a local level.
Socrata 2007 Socrata is a cloud-based software company, enables users to access the data of PS organizations via web, mobile, and M2M interfaces.
SpotCrime 2007 SpotCrime is an online crime data and mapping aggregation website.
SST Inc. (Formerly ShotSpotter) 1996 SST is a private-held company that develops a gunshot detection and location technology to help reduce gun violence in the cities.
StreetCred Software 2012 Fugitive and offender case management
Taser 1993 Axon is a conducted electrical weapons development and innovative secured digital evidence management solutions company.
TransparaGov 2011 TransparaGov provides analytical, management, and outcomes measurement software to governments.
TriTech 1992 TriTech Software Systems develops highly integrated public safety products and services for police, fire, and EMS agencies worldwide.
Urban Engines 2014 Urban Engines combines big data and spatial analytics to improve urban mobility.
ViewPoint 1995 ViewPoint Cloud makes it easy to manage permit and license requests from intake to issuance.
Vision Internet 1995 Vision is a website design, development, hosting, and software company for local governments.
WaterSmart Software 2009 WaterSmart Software uses mobile and online tools to help water utilities educate and engage their customers to save water and money.
WiredBlue 2011 WiredBlue is an advance technology company focused specifically on law enforcement.
Xcential Legislative Technologies 2002 Xcential provides SaaS-based solutions enable legislatures and regulatory to more efficiently create/publish legislation and regulations.