As we previously wrote, government website accessibility is extremely important to ProudCity, and we continuously work to ensure and improve on government adherence to all related guidelines and requirements. Now officially in BETA, our new [...]
It is imperative that governments adhere to web accessibility guidelines. Most importantly, because it’s the right thing to do, but also because it will increasingly become a legal issue for governments who don’t actively adhere to these standards.
When we talk with local governments about their websites, online forms, payments and general digital service offerings, and how ProudCity can help them better serve their communities, we’re often asked how we’re different from similar providers, particularly ones that are more established. Here’s how we’re different.
The ProudCity Pagebuilder includes more than 30 drag and drop widgets, making it extremely easy for government website managers to create custom pages and continuously refine these until the user experience is optimized.
Our new "Guide to Buying Government Websites" empowers local government leaders to make holistic, intelligent decisions when it comes to procuring quality online services needed to best serve increasingly digitally-centered communities.
Local government digital services procurement is in dire need of an overhaul, so we’re working to help reform this by creating a modern day government website request for information/proposal/quote template that replaces the antiquated, traditional approach.
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.
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 fires burned northern California, particularly Sonoma County and the City of Santa Rosa, it immediately became clear to local government leaders they needed better digital tools to effectively communicate externally, especially via their public-facing websites.
Join us August 3, 1 p.m. ET, as we sit down with San Rafael (California) Senior Management Analyst Rebecca Woodbury and Upper Arlington (Ohio) Assistant City Manager Dan Ralley for a ‘Government and Software-as-a-Service‘ webinar to discuss the benefits and best practices around adopting cloud-based software in local government.