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The deal comes amid expectations for a relatively healthy year in the gov tech industry. Granicus plans to use the acquisition to expand its permitting, licensing and compliance capabilities for public agencies.
Tools like smart streetlights help cities understand what's going on at the ground level, but as solutions advance, officials say they should be easy to stand up and keep public privacy top of mind.
The provider of body cameras and Tasers to police is making a push into retail and health care via a new product line. That move comes amid larger changes in public safety tech.
AI-powered chatbots and translation tools are just some of the offerings available to state and local governments looking to connect with residents and increase civic participation.
The company has launched new product tiers, with features that include audio processing and artificial intelligence. Prepared recently completed a Series A funding round with a VC heavyweight.
Our annual look at the top 100 companies serving state and local government IT tracks the rise of private equity investment in the market, poised for continued growth in 2024.
Offerings from companies like Lyssn and Biobot Analytics have the potential to majorly change not only how people access physical and mental health services, but how government responds to those needs.
The Canadian firm, working to expand in the U.S. and elsewhere, plans fresh investments in artificial intelligence as well as more hiring. The company had raised $10 million in a previous funding round.
The companies serving the gov tech market offer tools tailored for the public sector's unique needs. From justice and public safety to health and human services, these are some of the areas seeing major growth.
Jeff Cook, a gov tech market expert with Shea & Company, critiques his predictions from last year and offers fresh insights for the year ahead: Expect more deals, more private equity, and more global involvement.
Leaders from Orijin, Medex Forensics, Societal and — gov tech startups singled out by judges at the State of GovTech event — discuss their innovative solutions and their companies’ visions.
Noam Reininger takes over the gov tech firm, knows for its permitting, licensing and code enforcement software. The move comes after a second private equity firm invested strategically in Accela, reflecting a larger industry trend.
Intel helped the startup show that its traffic management technology can be used with what results said were "minimal processing." That could make such tools easier for public agencies to deploy and use.
Gov tech companies offering tools to help local governments learn more about how people get from point A to point B are focusing on how data and analytics can inform better transportation policy.
The capital, from GI Partners, stands as the latest example of growing private equity interest in gov tech. BusPatrol’s cameras, AI and other tools catch drivers trying to drive around stopped school buses.