The four-year-old software-as-a-service provider sells technology that can handle not only titles and auto registrations but liens and insurance issues. DMVs around the country are striving to acquire better technology.
John Quinn, head of Vermont’s Agency of Digital Services, has announced his impending departure from the role after five years, and will be taking on a position in the private sector with Government Sourcing Solutions.
Recent earnings reports from Tyler and other tech firms, along with executive and expert comment, illustrate how labor challenges, SaaS revenues, COVID and other factors will influence the industry in the coming months.
The government technology company focuses on managing traffic and curbs — hot real estate in large cities — via data sharing and its platform. The new funding round includes a firm founded by actor Robert Downey Jr.
The company has scooped up scores of companies since it launched just five years ago, bringing it into a variety of gov tech niches. Now it has a new name as it moves into the post-COVID future of gov tech.
Alteryx, based in California, serves various types of public agencies with automated data analytics technology. The move reflects the need for better data security and data-driven recommendations for government.
The city of Danbury, Conn., has contracted the firm CivicPlus to make a more accessible city website for the community. The city hopes the new website will be more transparent with important information.
The California project is designed to help disparate public safety agencies share data and improve communications during emergency responses. The move comes amid a broader push to upgrade 911 call center capabilities.
Edmunds GovTech, backed by private equity, is joining forces with a smaller company whose business is focused in the state of New Jersey and revolves around financial and administrative software.
Adam Henry of Arlington County, Va., and CivStart's Sarah Nicoll join Dustin Haisler to discuss what attendees can expect to see, hear and learn from government leaders, startups and investors at the October 2022 event.
So far, the U.S. tropical storm season has been undramatic, but that could soon change. Many emergency response agencies have upgraded their tech, but they still need better mobile and digital tools to weather storms.
Babylon, located in Long Island, offers its workers doctor, therapist and even dietitian services via a tool from Radish Health. The town supervisor explains the benefits so far and what’s still to come.
The expansion of the platform operator’s Location Discovery Solution comes as pressure builds to provide more precise emergency data for all types of calls. 911inform first used the tool with Panasonic.
Local and state governments are required to run public notices — often in print — about zoning changes, foreclosures, hearings and other actions. Column wants to update that process while adding value to public data.
The firm, which has put money down on several gov tech companies in the past, said it will increase its average check size as it continues to focus on early stage startup investing in urban tech.
The former chief data officer for Philadelphia aims to help public agencies deal better with data, tech platforms and service delivery. He talks about the challenges he faces and the lessons he brings to the company.