Again Named to the GovTech 100

For the second year in a row, PublicInput is excited to be named to the GovTech 100, a listing of the top tech companies that serve government.

A full listing of the GovTech 100 is available here. Or read the feature story on

A few of our favorite highlights from Ben Miller‘s writeup:

State and local governments have become more willing to try implementing new systems using agile methodologies that fit better with the modern tech world.

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Gov tech, with its emphasis on speeding up administrative functions and digging into old data sets, might not hold the national fascination like the gadgets America just unboxed for Christmas. But it’s growing.

We’re excited to be part of this growing landscape working to transform government for the betterment of both citizens and public servants. Kudos to all the other GovTech 100 selections, let’s keep this good thing going!

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