Tag: govtech

8 Steps That Move Ideas to Solutions

Today’s Buzz is by Meredith Trimble, Public Affairs Manager, with Tyler Technologies, Inc., and former Acting Chair, Farmington, CT Town Council (Twitter, LinkedIn) What I’m reading: Lessons from the Edge, by Marie Yovanovitch What I’m watching: It’s spring sports season in Connect so at (or driving to) kids’ practices and games every waking moment I’m … Continued

Podcast: Innovation, Procurement, and Technology with Nick Lyell, CivStart

Nick Lyell Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer CivStart LinkedIn | Bio Honest and inclusive ecosystems. Nick Lyell, the Co-Founder and Chief Impact Officer for CivStart, joined the podcast to talk about connecting startups with local governments. He discussed the programs that CivStart runs including challenge-based procurement and pilot programs. He also talked about the mission … Continued

Do You Understand Your GovTech Stack?

Today’s Buzz is by Meredith Trimble, Sr. Content Specialist with Tyler Technologies, Inc., and former Acting Chair, Farmington, CT Town Council (Twitter, LinkedIn) What I’m reading: For how to pack maximum meaning into every sentence, Bill Bryson’s newest: The Body: A Guide for Occupants What I’m watching: NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs! What I’m listening to: … Continued

Perspectives From a GovTech Product Designer

This guest blog is by ELGL member Justine Triola. Justine is UrbanLeap’s first employee and Product Designer. She’s passionate about applying her background in design and anthropology to solving problems in urban innovation. When it comes to software products, government is known to get stuck with products of a poor-quality experience for high price points. There’s … Continued

Podcast: Building a Mobile City Hall with Andrew Kirk, CitySourced

  Andrew Kirk Chief Revenue & Operations Officer City Sourced LinkedIn | Twitter Trends in civic technology. Andrew Kirk, the Chief Revenue & Operations Officer for CitySourced, joined the podcast to talk about civic technology from his vantage point as a vendor. Andrew shared his path to civic tech, how he sees government changing, and … Continued

Recession Proofing Your Community Development Department

By GovSense co-founder Gary McTall. Gary spent 10 years consulting and designing software solutions for local governments, but he was always running into limitations in the on-premise software. After consulting private equity firms and software companies on cloud solutions, he felt it was imperative to bring innovation to government. Twitter and LinkedIn Working with planning … Continued

Advice for GovTech Startups: Focus on Local Gov

This is a reprinted interview with ELGL member Frederik Groce with Storm Ventures. Frederik moderated the Tech Demo Lab at #ELGL17 and is a frequent collaborator with ELGL members working in civic/gov tech. This blog originally appeared on Pioneers.io. Frederik Groce, the GovTech specialist investor at Storm Ventures in Silicon Valley…. published an invaluable resource … Continued

GovTech Highlights the “E”LGL Story

The Swapcast comes full circle — ELGL founders Kent and Kirsten Wyatt are interviewed by Anil Chawla on the GovTech Social podcast this month. ELGL interviewed Anil Chawla, GovTech Social podcast host and ArchiveSocial founder, on the GovLove podcast in November 2016. ELGL on the GovTech Social podcast GovTech on the ELGL podcast They didn’t quit … Continued

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