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This marks the first ZeroEyes deployment in a state capitol building. The company, whose tools work with security cameras, recently raised $23 million and hopes to sell more often to public agencies, along with schools.
PayIt sells payments, licensing and outdoor permitting tech, and recently raised $90 million. Nieto talks about how the company intends to grow in 2024, and what his experience helping to lead Accela taught him.
Acquia, which helps businesses build digital tools, is buying the platform, which is meant to make online experiences better for people with disabilities. CivicPlus will still serve local clients interested in Monsido.
Greater Sum Ventures, whose history includes the gov tech company now called Catalis, aims to provide "end-to-end" tools for public safety professionals. The field is already crowded with Axon, Motorola and others.
The two government technology firms will combine their strengths in online forms, contract applications, ID verification, digital workflows and other areas. GovBuilt has been in the software business for 30 years.
The company, known for Tasers and body cameras, says detailed analysis of officer-involved fatal shootings could lead to better training and non-lethal technology. The database goes into minute detail about fatalities.
As more states approve school choice programs — commonly through education savings accounts — there is demand for platforms that can handle the administrative tasks. Odyssey’s experience in Iowa illustrates the situation.
The constituent management software provider plans to hire more people and boost customer service as it grows. Polimorphic recently launched a natural language search tool for local governments.
After a slow second quarter, activity picked up between July and October, including some market-signaling moves such as a major investment in Accela that could spur further dealmaking in the coming months.
This growing form of getting more from data is helping officials analyze spending that took place without top-level oversight. The tool could find its way into the hands of other public agencies for a variety of tasks.
The latest funding round was led by Andreessen Horowitz and included Google’s AI investment arm. The money will go toward expanding Prepared’s workforce in engineering and other areas as it grows its paid offerings.
ResourceX offers governments a way to budget based on strategy and outcomes instead of line items. Tyler Technologies announced a buyout of the company on the same day as a separate acquisition.
The gov tech giant has bought ARInspect, which sells an AI-backed platform for inspections of bridges, utilities and other public-sector assets and facilities. The move marks Tyler’s second AI buy in recent months.
That’s the question at the heart of the deployment of a new case management system by the Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office. The agency’s CIO and an exec from Publicis Sapient talk about what is driving use of this new tool.
The new HelpDesk AI from Springbrook Software is designed to help customers find information about HR, payroll, tax collection and other tools. This marks the latest use of ChatGPT in tech made for local government.