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Leaders from Orijin, Medex Forensics, Societal and Terra.do — gov tech startups singled out by judges at the State of GovTech event — discuss their innovative solutions and their companies’ visions.
Former CityGrows CEO/co-founder Catherine Geanuracos provides a framework for exiting the gov tech landscape and shares what she learned during the life cycle of her startup.
Citibot founder Bratton Riley provides a CEO’s perspective on the proper integration of AI-powered solutions to make governments more accessible to the residents they serve.
Propelus CEO Julie Walker and CTO John Barnes discuss how innovative tech solutions improve the interaction between regulators, employers, educators and licensed professionals.
Sabra Horne, former chief of the innovation hub within the U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, discussed with ICYMI the need to train the next generation of public-sector innovators and how to do it.
Gov tech veteran Tom Amburgey discusses his new role as CEO of Euna Solutions, how the company's mission aligns with his own and shares his insights from the public sector.
Anthony Jamison, co-founder and CEO of CivStart, introduces CivStart's newest cohort and discusses the upcoming State of GovTech 2023 event.
On a special episode of ICYMI, Accela CEO Gary Kovacs discusses the company's new strategic growth investment from Francisco Partners, as well as its commitment to advancing the gov tech industry.
Cybersecurity expert Daniel Charboneau discusses the intersection of AI and cybersecurity and how personal AI will change the way citizens interact with government agencies in the future.
Norma Padron, CEO and founder of EmpiricaLab, returns to ICYMI to discuss reimagining workforce collaboration and her company’s current efforts to improve learning and collaboration in health care.
Deloitte’s William Eggers discusses the “bridgebuilder” approach to government leadership — solving problems through collaboration with partners both inside and outside of the public sector.
Gov tech veteran Angela Langston shares her insights on the opportunities presented by governmental challenges and offers advice for the next generation of gov tech companies and leaders.
Veteran staffer and leader Bill Leighty has filled his memoir with practical lessons about how to succeed in public service, inspiring those seeking consequential careers in the public sector.
AWS VP of State and Local Government and Global Education Kim Majerus reveals how the company is supporting government modernization with AI.
Matt Stempeck, technologist in residence at Cornell University and curator of the Civic Tech Field Guide, joins ICYMI to discuss this comprehensive collection of tech projects for the public interest and democracy.
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.
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.
e.Republic President and CEO Cathilea Robinett assembles a group of leading female founders in gov tech to discuss how they built their companies and to dispel any preconceived notions that women "aren't techie."
Optum’s John Campbell discusses current challenges for state governments managing avoidable claim denials, the impact on Medicaid providers, and practical strategies for states to proactively improve the process.
Author Vidhu Shekhar explores the ways government entities can harness new AI technology, plus ideas for fostering meaningful collaboration between AI practitioners and government officials.
Center for Digital Government senior fellows Dugan Petty and Sean McSpaden discuss the current landscape for cloud and as-a-service products, as well as best practices when it comes to procuring them.
Pavilion CEO and co-founder Mariel Reed talks about how government and technology are the two most important tools for improving lives at scale, and her goal of improving public purchasing for state and local agencies.
Local government veteran Clay Pearson joins ICYMI to discuss the current state of city management and how cities are implementing technology to prepare for the future in a changing environment.