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The move, involving eight public safety agencies, is designed to improve responses to hurricanes and other emergencies. The CAD-to-CAD deployment reflects a hot trend in gov tech, according to an executive.
On a special episode of ICYMI, Accela CEO Gary Kovacs discusses the company's new strategic growth investment from Francisco Partners, as well as its commitment to advancing the gov tech industry.
A new push from startup gov tech firm Polimorphic seeks to offer more efficient and precise searches of government websites. If successful, it could lead to reduced calls to public agencies and happier citizens.
Haverford Township in Pennsylvania transitioned its downtown public parking from digital kiosks to the ParkMobile system, which removes clunky hardware from streets and replaces the parking experience with an app.
A new survey of 16,000 Americans helps illustrate the link between a local government’s use of technology, its transparency practices, its service offerings and how much trust it’s earned from residents.
RapidSOS and Emergency24 are the latest firms to offer real-time data to help first responders with emergencies in nonresidential buildings. Losses from fires in such structures have increased significantly since 2011.
Cybersecurity expert Daniel Charboneau discusses the intersection of AI and cybersecurity and how personal AI will change the way citizens interact with government agencies in the future.
Eidex, whose K-12 data and reporting tools serve more than 500 schools in various states, is now part of Munetrix. The larger company will do business with municipalities and school districts in Michigan and beyond.
The nonprofit has accepted eight new companies into its gov tech accelerator program. Those startups work on AI-powered lawmaking, food waste reduction, court access, citizen engagement and other areas.
The gov tech company has announced a strategic investment from Francisco Partners, which manages some $45 billion. Accela sells software for such jobs as code enforcement and disaster management.
Juan Sequeda of discusses key technologies and provides his perspective on how AI can be used to empower state and local governments.
The company’s web services division launches Government Lens, meant as a best practices guide to using the cloud and delivering better services. This marks Amazon’s latest offering in the public sector space.
Norma Padron, CEO and founder of EmpiricaLab, returns to ICYMI to discuss reimagining workforce collaboration and her company’s current efforts to improve learning and collaboration in health care.
Aumentum Technologies and InvoiceCloud, an online bill payment service, announced an integration designed to improve county tax collections. The move reflects larger trends in the public space.
GCOM offers a range of SaaS services in 32 states, while OnCore Consulting has a focus on California state agencies that deal with health and human services, tax, pension and other areas.