The Gov Tech 100 is an annual list compiled and published by Government Technology as a compendium of 100 companies focused on, making a difference in, and selling to state and local government agencies across the United States.
The Internet of Things is helping cities improve everything from traffic data, weather, and parking, to water usage and waste management.
Increased venture capital attention, success stories and a viable exit lend credence to the forward momentum of the gov tech marketplace.
The city's transportation authority has built an open source trip planning app that can be used by transit riders and cyclists.
AmigoCloud founder Ragi Burhum details how his next-gen mapping startup intends to improve the current state of mapping software.
The public-sector technology market has evolved to be broader and more robust, to the tune of $1 billion in private capital investment. Here we unveil the GovTech100 — the top 100 companies focused on government customers.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (CA) opened an Innovation Center to serve as a “living laboratory” for testing new technologies.
Code for America announced a new class of startups for its San Francisco accelerator. These are companies selected for their potential to help governments save money, eliminate inefficiencies, and make government services easier for citizens.
AmigoCloud: a next-generation mapping technology company that provides mobile and cloud-based GIS solutions with advanced offline support.