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GovTech Biz

Tech companies that help improve delivery of government services, enable transactions and add capacity to public agencies. Also includes coverage of investment activity around these companies.

Orleans Parish has become an early adopter of a new Carbyne 911 translation platform, reflecting a larger trend in public safety. What lessons have been learned so far, and what might happen next?
At a recent gathering of public- and private-sector technology leaders, discussions included several examples of how AI can help the public sector without piling onto time and resource burdens.
The new product embeds in Microsoft 365 and can save officials from labor-intensive work to save minutes, correspondence and other documents. Other companies, too, have found opportunity in this gov tech niche.
Propelus CEO Julie Walker and CTO John Barnes discuss how innovative tech solutions improve the interaction between regulators, employers, educators and licensed professionals.
The licensing technology company, working to increase its presence in the U.S., has launched a data migration and management tool called Data Migration Accelerator. The new product is meant to streamline operations.
At a recent event bringing together public- and private-sector leaders in government technology, many spoke about how hiring struggles are making AI both more appealing and more difficult to adopt.
The software firm now serves federal clients, but CEO Tyler Sweatt says the company soon will start selling its services to state and local public agencies. NEA led the latest funding round.
Zencity CEO and co-founder Eyal Feder-Levy discusses the evolving ways in which government leaders can make informed, transparent and effective decisions to earn the trust of the communities they serve.
The seller of performance management software releases Envisio Projects, through which officials and residents can track capital projects and planning. The move comes as more agencies turn to digital dashboards.
The four winners of the startup pitch competition at this year's State of GovTech event included technology that can identify deepfaked video, assist with the administration of conservatorships and more.