The integration offers an expansion opportunity for the Transit app into more agencies, as well as interoperability between systems using other fare payment solutions — part of a broader industry trend.
One is a giant, publicly-traded company. The other is a two-year-old startup. Together, they're putting out a solution that seeks to help local government speed up bus systems by keeping dedicated lanes clear.
While still processing the largest corporate buyout in its history, Tyler Technologies is acquiring two more companies. ReadySub helps schools find substitute teachers, while DataSpec deals in veterans’ benefit claims.
So you've got investors calling and emailing about your company. Now you'll need to prepare to talk to them. Here's how to cover financials, technical details and your story when talking with interested parties.
Though the idea of vaccine passports has attracted criticism, the state of New York has taken the plunge as the first state in the U.S. to create one, saying it will help facilitate economic activity. Here's how it works.
Karkera, who Government Technology recently named to its Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers list for 2021, will work at Deloitte to advise chief data officers in state and federal government.
The company behind FirstNet is now offering its faster 5G+ option to public safety users in 38 cities. It’s also adding encryption from “tower to core” and creating a new coalition focused on health and wellness.
Officials involved in the project say it's the first in the U.S. to use a new international standard meant to make mobile IDs interoperable. So in the next year, Utah's pilot project just might show everyone the future.
Starting in April, the collaborative effort announced last year will begin rolling out features for finding public safety technology products, industry events, grants and educational resources.
While there are important discussions to be had about privacy, data ownership, social media and corporate citizenship, private-sector partners have stepped up to play a crucial role in pandemic response.
PrimeGov offers tools to manage public meetings, including livestreaming and managing audience participation. That kind of tech has been in high demand during the pandemic, and now the company is being acquired.
The two Indiana companies both offer technology to help law enforcement agencies train and manage officers’ performance, but Envisage is significantly larger. As calls for police reform intensify, they are merging.
Courts across the country have struggled to process traffic tickets safely and efficiently during the pandemic. A new portal is offering jurisdictions a free and virtual means of handling tickets.
The new firm, called GovEmpower, is very new. But its ambitions are to help the vast number of small and medium-sized governments across the country reimagine the way they design services and processes.
Tech companies are now creating tools to help government find and fight misinformation online. One startup, Logically, explains how its new platform Logically Intelligence can root out dangerous content.
StateRAMP is aiming to bring the federal process for vetting the cybersecurity of tech companies and products to the state and local government level. Recently, the organization outlined how it will work for vendors.
Granicus, which has a wealth of data on the performance of emails sent from government to the public, has released statistics on which kinds of emails about the COVID-19 vaccines do best. Here are the big takeaways.
The massive federal stimulus package signed last week by President Biden will bring billions of dollars to state and local governments. Here's what that will mean for technology modernization efforts.
The startup was founded in 2017 but already has more than 200 governments across the globe participating, including New York City, London and Los Angeles. Now it's pulling in investment money.
At 46 years old, Vision Government Solutions is among the eldest gov tech companies. But the investment it just took from a private equity firm might portend fast growth and mergers in Vision's future.
The company has been growing in recent years, gathering city customers around the world and expanding into curb management and street closure solutions. Now its investors are re-upping, and new ones are jumping aboard.
The annual report from Search.gov, which aggregates statistics from searches performed on federal government websites, shows an increase in overall activity as well as several changes in topic interest.
The nationwide communications network for public safety has come a long way since it started operating in 2018. New numbers from AT&T, the company hired to build out the network, illustrate how it continues to grow.
After Congress left state and local governments out of its massive pandemic relief package last month, new numbers are showing that employment in the hard-hit public sector has continued shrinking.