Ease into E-Government with GovPilot’s Map and App Bundle

by alannah on May 5, 2017

As evidenced by GovPilot’s expanding client list, local governments across the United States are embracing e-government tools and practices. According to international news headlines, India, Estonia and the rest of the world is following suit. E-government has grown so ubiquitous, that pretty soon, we may be referring to it as simply “government”. If you’re a … READ MORE+

April Was All About Our Map

by alannah on May 1, 2017

GovPilot was Showered with Success in April Hopping out of April accomplished, grateful and excited for May! In April, we:

Growth: Exploring the Roots and Reach of the Community Garden

by alannah on April 28, 2017

Last week’s Earth Day-themed blog post touched upon the concept of the community garden: a public plot of land maintained by a city’s residents. In recent decades, the prevalence of property blight has reignited interest in this age-old concept. Vegetation has sprouted in place of asphalt in United States cities from Detroit, Michigan to Jacksonville, … READ MORE+

In Honor of Earth Day: 3 GovPilot Processes that Promote Outdoor Activity

by alannah on April 19, 2017

Time flies! It’s hard to believe that it has been a full year since last Earth Day, when we told you how GovPilot can help your city reach its green goals and reap the benefits. With another Earth Day right around the tree-lined corner, we have another reason to adopt GovPilot: it is the rare … READ MORE+

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2 GovPilot Processes to Help You Better Serve Baby Boomers

by alannah on April 13, 2017

The Baby Boomers. Dubbed so for being born during a post-WWII population increase, the Boomers spearheaded the civil rights movement, shattered glass ceilings with second wave feminism and still hold much sway over government. In fact, more than half of the nation’s voting-age population is now over 45. It is in local government’s best interest … READ MORE+

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Lepto Outbreak: The Latest Good Reason to Implement GovPilot’s Pet Licensing Process

by alannah on April 5, 2017

We’ve covered how the GovAlert mobile app integration, digital form, workflow automation and geographic information system (GIS)  mapping technology that make-up GovPilot’s Report a Concern process can and have been successfully applied to mosquito-borne illness prevention initiatives. GovPilot’s app compatibility, digital form, automated workflow and GIS map also form the basis of our Pet Licensing … READ MORE+

GovPilot Springs into a New Season

by alannah on March 31, 2017

GovPilot went into March like a lion and came-out just as strong!: Indeed, in March, we:

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GIS Helps Government Weather Inclement Weather

by alannah on March 31, 2017

April showers may bring May flowers, but the rainy season also brings the potential for devastation. From Hurricane Katrina to Hurricane Sandy, recent history offers many tragic examples of our utter helplessness in the face of severe storms. It is government’s responsibility to offer proactive protection by publicizing forecasts and developing detailed evacuation plans for … READ MORE+

GovPilot’s Role in the Continued Evolution of Code Enforcement

by alannah on March 24, 2017

Nearly 106 years to the day, the shadow cast by the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire’s smoke cloud still looms. If there is a silver lining to be found, it is in the fire’s role as catalyst to code establishment and enforcement reform. As we approach the anniversary of the devastating Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, GovPilot would … READ MORE+

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There’s No Place Like Green Brook, New Jersey

by alannah on March 20, 2017

The Emerald City is shining a little brighter — thanks to a wealth of tools that enable Green Brook officials to better engage with and convenience  residents.