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The Michigan Unemployment Insurance Agency announced Wednesday that it has chosen Deloitte to replace the decade-old Michigan Integrated Data Automated System, which has struggled to detect fraud.
On this week's episode, John Campbell and Stacia Nowinski-Castro from Optum explore the promise modularity holds in helping agencies modernize, when it comes to Medicaid as well as procurement and other concerns.
The Skagit County Board of Commissioners agreed last week to a software upgrade that manages building permit applications. Tyler Technologies’ EnerGov software was selected for the project.
CNSI is active in state-level MMIS technology, while Kepro helps agencies increase care management, quality oversight and other services. After the deal closes in December, as expected, the two companies will rebrand.
A General Dynamics-backed coalition that also includes other major tech players wants to develop 5G-powered tools for state and local agencies. Government use cases for 5G continue to expand but challenges abound.
Tarrant County becomes the first in that state to use the technology since Texas lawmakers approved remote marriage licenses last year. Military members and others could save time and money with the digital system.
Tye Hayes, who helped the city of Atlanta recover from its high-profile 2018 ransomware attack in time to host the Super Bowl, drew on the lessons from that rebuilding with a new product aimed at enabling innovation.
Jeff Cook, managing director at Shea & Company, shares his perspective on the record level of gov tech market investment activity and the role of capital in accelerating public-sector innovation.
A new Tyler acquisition and a Paya product redesign demonstrate how digital transactions can fuel growth in gov tech. Utility bills are just one part of the payments proposition for state and local agencies.
Former CISOs and cyber experts Dan Lohrmann and Deb Snyder discuss current cyber threats, as well as how state and local government can respond to the challenges associated with increasingly sophisticated attacks.
The deal, involving the new national suicide hotline, is the company’s first such statewide contract. The announcement foreshadows over gov tech business developments for the latest emergency dispatch option in the U.S.
The five-year-old company said it served 35 local governments, helping them buy fireworks, IT systems and even sonography services for cemeteries. The Gov Tech 100 firm recently partnered with CentralSquare Technologies.
The idea behind the program is for cities to work with Honeywell and Accelerator for America to expand smart city efforts to "support safer, more efficient, resilient and equitable communities."
Gov tech veteran and Passport Chief Revenue Officer Doug Rogers discusses mobility management and how technology can help cities create more livable, equitable communities as new options emerge.
As the pandemic eases and elections loom, philanthropies and nonprofits are trying to make a larger impact in the state and local gov tech space. What is driving this activity, and where will it lead?