GovTech 100 FAQ
What is the GovTech 100?
The GovTech 100 list was created in 2016 to recognize companies that are focused on state and local government as their primary customer…which is why you will not see companies who view government as just one of many verticals. (Non-selection in the list is also not an indication of a lack of success or fit in the gov tech market.)
When are companies selected and how are they notified?
The process of reviewing and curating the GovTech 100 begins in July and continues through the end of October. The list is finalized each November and companies are notified of their selection in December. The public announcement takes place with the January release of Government Technology magazine.
Who creates the list?
The GovTech 100 is an editorial list that has several stakeholders inside and outside of e.Republic involved in its creation. Our company assembles a working group of our GovTech Biz editorial team, investors, former officials, outside data partners and other relevant market experts to curate and review the list each year.
Where can I view the list?
The GovTech 100 is published annually in the January/February issue of Government Technology magazine and can also be viewed online at https://www.govtech.com/100 after the list has been officially revealed each year in early January. Past years’ lists can also be viewed using this same link.
How can I apply or nominate my company for the GovTech 100?
There is no formal application or nomination process because the list is constructed editorially. However, to make sure that your company is on our radar for future consideration, you can complete the following form: https://gov.typeform.com/to/LLPyJt. Our working group reviews everything that can about each company – including web traffic, procurements, and demonstrable market traction. We know hundreds of companies are doing amazing work in our market, and unfortunately, we cannot highlight all of them.
How do I update information on my company’s profile?
We pull all GovTech 100 profile information dynamically from our data partner, Crunchbase. You can update your Crunchbase profile for free at any time at https://www.crunchbase.com. Data is pulled through an API, so updates can take a few hours to fully propagate. If after a few hours the information you’ve updated is still not showing up correctly or if you experience any other problems, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will investigate the situation.
What if I have additional information about my company to share?
In addition to keeping your Crunchbase profile up-to-date, we encourage companies interested in being named to the list to keep our GovTech Biz team informed about their market activities (big wins, announcements, etc.). Please email email@example.com to share any such news.