Andrew Westrope is a staff writer for Government Technology. Before that, he was a reporter and editor at community newspapers for seven years. He has a Bachelor’s degree in physiology from Michigan State University and lives in Northern California.
The merger, announced Friday, includes continued support for the acquired company's software for administering the federal Women, Infants and Children nutrition program and is intended to accommodate new growth and more clients.
The data analytics company’s new software suites align problem diagnosis, countermeasure options and design. They also have a tool to expedite information sharing, to cut down on FOIA response time.
As much activity happens on the sides of streets every day, it's not easy to log the features of a curb. So a company backed by Sidewalk Labs — a subsidiary of Google's parent company, Alphabet — is looking to crowdsource the information with a new mobile app.
A text or a ping preceding lights and sirens could save lives.
RADAR helps users document damage and qualify for government assistance.
The cloud-based data platform aims to make record-keeping on close-call incidents easier for law enforcement.
ClearGov Budgets hopes to wean small governments off spreadsheets.
The PermitMe app would aim to make it easier for lemonade stands to get legal.