PublicInput, a leader in community engagement software, proudly announces its inclusion in the GovTech 100 2024 list by Government Technology, highlighting our commitment to advancing community engagement through innovative technology solutions. The annual GovTech 100 list showcases the top 100 tech companies making a difference in state and local government agencies by innovating to enhance citizen-government interaction.
Jay Dawkins, PublicInput’s CEO, expressed enthusiasm, stating, “Being part of the GovTech 100 2024 list is a testament to our tenacious effort to drive innovation in our sector and transform how governments engage the communities they serve.”
Graham Stone, co-founder of PublicInput, added, “It’s an exciting time to be working on these challenges for sure. Our focus is on helping government agencies facilitate equitable participation and representative decision-making, and it’s such a reward to see this prioritized among our industry colleagues as well.”
PublicInput stands out in the competitive landscape with community engagement software that exceeds industry standards. In a field where competitors have set the bar, PublicInput remains at the forefront, providing state and local government agencies with tools that address every dimension of the public engagement process.
PublicInput anticipates another year of innovation, growth, and impactful collaborations with government partners. The GovTech 100 2024 acknowledgment signifies a milestone in PublicInput’s journey, reinforcing its position as a leader in the dynamic landscape of community engagement software.
PublicInput was founded in 2014 by Raleigh transportation engineer Jay Dawkins and planning consultant Graham Stone, and is trusted by hundreds of clients across the U.S. and Canada to provide a unified software platform for cities, counties, and state agencies to inform and engage with residents. The company’s mission is to connect government agencies with the communities they serve and facilitate more representative decision-making.