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With its most recent financial filings, Tyler Technologies has officially hit a major milestone: For the first time, it has topped $1 billion in annual revenue. Here's a look at the company's past 20 years.
A study from cybersecurity firm McAfee of county websites in 13 states found that smaller jurisdictions were generally less likely to encrypt their websites — a standard security measure — than larger ones.
The cybersecurity firm found that many counties in a group of electoral battleground states haven't taken measures — encrypting their websites and moving to .gov domains — that protect their credibility.
The nation’s governors are delving into their varied policy priorities for the coming year, but a new shared reality is emerging: Governors are committed to ensuring that everyone has access to the Internet.
The relatively new role of the state chief data officer is catching on, with a designated professional support network, growing public pressure for data-based policies, and more than half of U.S. states now staffing.
The Gov Tech market is composed of a diverse set of investors – from individual angel investors to large private equity companies – each of these organizations play a critical role in a company’s growth. There are over 400 unique investors in Gov Tech and this portal, in collaboration with Crunchbase, is designed to help you discover who they are.