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The capital, which closely follows another fundraising round, will help the company’s ongoing integration of Camino Technologies. A Clariti executive explains what’s going on and what the future holds.
Kalkomey, previously owned by a Boston-based private equity firm, sells outdoor certification and safety education tools to all U.S. states and Canadian provinces. Macquarie is increasingly active in gov tech deals.
The Oregon Department of Motor Vehicles is using a new real-time customer management system known as Next in Line in 59 field offices, helping to improve wait times for more than 3 million.
The funding round is relatively unique, according to one expert, and underscores how community engagement tools are changing as consumer habits shift. Zencity also released an AI assistant tool for local governments.
Govtech Ventures’ Rachel Stern and Shea and Company’s Jeff Cook discuss the state of the gov tech market during the first half of 2024.
The company Veritone is set to release a new tool to help law enforcement track vehicles, part of a broader offering designed to safeguard against facial recognition bans. A company executive explains the thinking.
The pandemic sparked billions of dollars worth of fraud in unemployment and other areas. Now the federal agency and its partners want to find ways to reduce crime while also easing access for people who need assistance.
Thanks to Apple, rich communication services are in the news, and now a new partnership could help spread those tools deeper into the public safety space. RapidSOS is coming off a major funding round.
As government agencies consider the potential of new AI technology across the enterprise, they keep coming up against the same question: How do they prepare the data needed to deploy these solutions successfully?
Zach Nandapurkar, a senior government solutions engineer at Axonius, talks about his journey into gov tech, lessons learned and thoughts on how the industry can incubate the next generation of talent at an earlier stage.
Private equity continues to make a big splash in gov tech, with BusPatrol and Brandt Information Systems the latest to receive investments. Both companies’ management will remain in place.
The CivStart Innovation Hub will have the backing of the advocacy group for municipal governments across the country, as it seeks to help those jurisdictions better understand startups and their technology.
The move comes as the gov tech company seeks a greater profile in the marketplace, eyes more U.S. growth and plans to expand its AI-backed offerings. The CEO explains how the change came about.
As agencies get more comfortable with new ways of analyzing data, UrbanLogiq is betting officials will prefer AI-powered tools over typical traffic-counting methods. Already one city has started using such a product.
The deal brings together a gov tech firm that focuses on local governments and an app that neighbors use to keep track of what’s going on. CivicPlus says the integration will boost civic engagement.