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The infusion of fresh capital marks the latest private equity investment in gov tech, a growing trend. Michigan-based BS&A sells ERP software to cities for financial management, utility billing and other jobs.
InnovateUS, a training ground for public agency professionals, has released a free, interactive video centered around the use of generative AI. The video aims to fill a need for AI education among government officials.
The new brand comes amid significant acquisitions, a launch into a new gov tech market, and private equity ownership. CEO Craig Ross details the changes and talks about what’s to come.
The platform has undergone several changes since Elon Musk bought it and took it private late last year — especially when it comes to credibility and verification features, critical to government communications.
Police departments often struggle with the volume of calls coming in. This new product is designed to streamline the filing of non-emergency reports, give updates on the progress of complaints and free up officers for higher-priority work.
Maurice Classen, who has a decade of government experience, has been hired as chief operating officer of Zencity after using the social analytics software to make leadership decisions during Chicago's COVID-19 response.
As technology becomes more complex, and hiring among public agencies often becomes more challenging, some experts are encouraging more recruitment of neurodivergent workers. Here’s how to get it done.
Nick Mastronardi and Chris Adams, from the newly merged Polco and Balancing Act, describe how local government best practices in civic engagement and budgeting provide lessons for federal leaders.
Although there is still some hesitance in the market due to economic instability, the gov tech biz remains strong, and the signs are there for a flurry of activity in the future, according to expert Jeff Cook.
ProudCity co-founder and CEO Luke Fretwell shares his perspective from the trenches and discusses current trends in the gov tech market — including a broad maturation of government IT shops.
As CentralSquare announces its 30th such deal — this one for five public safety agencies in Virginia — a company executive talks about why demand will increase for such tools, and how customer interest is changing.
The pullback of Twitter’s blue check marks led to the quick rise of fake accounts spreading lies about public services and officials. What comes next, and how can state and local governments deal with this new reality?
Online bike registries are partnering with law enforcement to help police recover stolen bikes — not only traditional cycles but e-bikes as well. How do the programs work, and what is energizing them?
The nonprofit has extended its deadline for submissions for challenges in five local governments in North Carolina, Michigan, Nevada, Illinois and South Carolina — including some paid opportunities.
The U.S.-based company offers to help policymakers and business leaders anticipate climate-related outcomes and provide better crop and water management, along with other tasks. ClimateAi has raised $38 million in total.