StateScoop featured our new Guide to Buying Government Websites.
Government Technology: ‘As Google’s Deadline for Web Encryption Looms, Many State and Local Websites Don’t Meet the Standard’
Government Technology covered our research on encryption and state government websites. We’re proud to say that every government website on the ProudCity Platform is Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure.
San Rafael Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury shared her thoughts on the importance of startups for the January/February issue of Government Technology, including a mention of ProudCity and the work we’ve done with San Rafael.
We’re honored to be named to Government Technology’s esteemed 2018 GovTech 100 top government technology companies list.
GCN’s Matt Leonard interviewed ProudCity CEO Luke Fretwell about government open data platform implementations.
San Rafael’s Rebecca Woodbury and Talia Smith share their experience supporting Santa Rosa’s Emergency Operation Center fire response and recovery efforts over the past few weeks. While Rebecca and Talia highlight ProudCity’s involvement with Sonoma County recovery efforts, this resonates most with us.
As part of its 2017 Navigator Awards Finalists feature, Route Fifty recognized San Rafael Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury and the work the city is doing with ProudCity.
Government Technology featured ProudCity in a story on the ecosystem of online government payment service providers.
e.Republic Labs Chief Innovation Officer Dustin Haisler interviewed ProudCity as part of his government technology CEO interview series.
GCN Editor in Chief Troy Schneider interviewed ProudCity for a story on how government can be smarter about adopting open source technologies.
Government Technology‘s Ben Miller covered the launch of ProudCity Payments.
Government Technology: ‘ProudCity Offers Free Websites to Small Cities, Builds API for Digital Benchmarking’
Government Technology‘s Ben Miller covered the launch of ProudCity Plans and our upcoming cities API.
ProudCity was named to the Government Technology and e.Republic Labs 2017 GovTech100 list of the “leading 100 companies focused on government as a customer, having developed an innovative or disruptive offering to improve or transform government, or having created new models for delivering services.”
StateScoop featured the launch of the ProudCity Service Center.
Government Computer News featured the launch of the ProudCity Service Center.
Government Technology featured the ProudCity Service Center launch in its weekly civic tech wrap-up.
ProudCity CEO Luke Fretwell wrote a guest post for TechCrunch on the investment opportunities around government technology.
Government Technology featured ProudCity in a recent article discussing the concept of beta testing new government websites.
ELGL features a post by San Rafael (Calif.) Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury that mentions ProudCity.
Government Technology featured ProudCity in a recent article discussing business models and increasing investor interest in companies specifically supporting government operations.
Spark Plug Labs President and Founder Monica Phillips hosted NextRequest founder and CEO Tamara Manik-Perlman and me on her weekly radio show Powerful Conversations.
Route Fifty featured Hinsdale, Mass., and its adoption of ProudCity as its web platform, especially our online payments integration features.
Opensource.com re-published our thoughts on ProudCity as an open organization, based on Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst’s book “Open Organization.”
Engaging Local Government Leaders was kind enough to let us share our thoughts on how city governments can better serves residents through software-as-a-service.
Government Computer News featured the West Carrollton’s launch and ProudCity’s next pilot program initiative.