NJLM 2017: GovPilot's Top 3 Moments

by alannah on November 17, 2017

The New Jersey League of Municipalities’ annual Atlantic City-set conference is always a special event, but this year’s was even more momentous than usual. Whether you couldn’t attend and share in the excitement or you’d just like to relive the memories, we’ve recapped our top 3 moments! READ MORE+

In Honor of GIS Day: Discovering Your District through GovPilot GIS

by Kent Hartsfield on November 14, 2017

In honor of GIS Day tomorrow (yes, that’s really a thing), we here at GovPilot would like to discuss geographic information systems (GIS) and the ways in which they benefit local governments. Whether you are big or small, a municipality or a county, a government official or a constituent, everyone can gain something from GIS. READ MORE+

Survey Says, GovPilot Responds Part 4: 5 GovPilot Tools to Help You Accomplish More in Less Time

by alannah on November 10, 2017

The input of subject matter experts provides GovPilot with a sense of direction on our continuing quest for improvement. In September, we questioned hundreds of city and county managers across the United States on their pain points, practices and processes. We chose to survey this demographic because, as the job title implies, city and county ... READ MORE+

Survey Says, GovPilot Responds Part 3: Digitize Forms, Open Data

by alannah on November 03, 2017

The input of subject matter experts provides GovPilot with a sense of direction on our continuing quest for improvement. In September, we questioned hundreds of city and county managers across the United States on their pain points, practices and processes. We chose to survey this demographic because, as the job title implies, city and county ... READ MORE+

Survey Says, GovPilot Responds Part 2: 3 GovPilot Tools to Satisfy Your Need for Speed

by alannah on October 27, 2017

The input of subject matter experts provides GovPilot with a sense of direction on our continuing quest for improvement. In September, we questioned hundreds of city and county managers across the United States on their pain points, practices and processes. We chose to survey this demographic because, as the job title implies, city and county ... READ MORE+

Survey Says, GovPilot Responds Part 1: A 1-Stop Solution that Benefits City/County Managers in 4 Key Ways

by alannah on October 20, 2017

The input of subject matter experts provides GovPilot with a sense of direction on our continuing quest for improvement. In September, we questioned hundreds of city and county managers across the United States on their pain points, practices and processes. We chose to survey this demographic because, as the job title implies, city and county ... READ MORE+

Picture This: A Look at the Evolution of Data Visualization

by alannah on October 13, 2017

The prevailing educational theory is that there are seven learning styles: Aural- Responds best to sound and music Logical- Retains information conveyed through mathematical equations Physical-Prefers hands-on learning Social-Learns best in a group setting Solitary- Relies on self-teaching Verbal- Remembers through mnemonic devices/the written ... READ MORE+

The Linden, NJ Lifestyle

by alannah on October 06, 2017

With a stellar school district and in-town shopping, dining and nightlife, residents of Linden, New Jersey have it good. The administration has just adopted two GovPilot tools guaranteed to make life in Linden even better. READ MORE+

The Wisdom of the Crowd

by alannah on September 29, 2017

Sunday night marks the premiere of The Wisdom of the Crowd on CBS. Adapted from an Israeli series of the same premise, the TV show stars Jeremy Piven as Jeffrey Tanner, a tech mogul who uses Internet crowd sourcing to solve his daughter’s murder. The Wisdom of the Crowd is a fictional depiction of crowd sourcing’s very real and established role in ... READ MORE+

GovPilot Talks Public Performance Management with Rutgers’ Andrew Ballard

by alannah on September 22, 2017

In 1975, the nation was on the heels of the political unrest surrounding the Vietnam War and  President Nixon’s resignation amid the Watergate scandal. Government at all levels was seeking a way to reconnect with citizens and regain their trust. Enter Rutgers University’s National Center for Public Performance (NCPP)—a research and public service ... READ MORE+

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