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Municipal Bond Ratings: Yet Another Reason to Enhance Cybersecurity

by govpilot on February 21, 2020


GovPilot is Pleased to Welcome our Newest Clients

by govpilot on February 14, 2020


Gone Phishin'

by govpilot on February 06, 2020

Email "Phishing" attacks on employees are the surest way for hackers to gain entry to a government's network. With staff training, it doesn't have to be. READ MORE+

Modern Government Management in the Digital Age

by govpilot on January 29, 2020

Above: GovPilot's user Dashboard  READ MORE+

Addressing the Ransomware Threat to Municipalities

by govpilot on December 19, 2019


GovPilot is Growing!

by govpilot on December 16, 2019

GovPilot is pleased to announce the addition of three new team members who will help drive the company to new heights in 2020. Evan Achiron, Vihar Bhanderi, and Jason LeDuc bring a wealth of experience in partnership development, IT infrastructure, cybersecurity, and strategic communications. READ MORE+

GovPilot New Jersey League of Municipalities Wrap Up

by govpilot on December 06, 2019

From November 18 - 21, over 17,000 attendees and 1,000 exhibitors gathered in Atlantic City, NJ for the largest municipal conference in the country - the New Jersey League of Municipalities - to share ideas, learn from one another, and demo products ranging from heavy duty vehicles to sophisticated SaaS products.   For GovPilot, the conference ... READ MORE+

How Crowdsourcing Helps Governments Solve Big Problems

by govpilot on February 24, 2016

When we talk about crowdsourcing it can be tempting to place it in the box of new technology along with social media, apps, and mobile. But governments have been turning to large groups of people to solicit input, generate ideas, and solve problems for centuries. READ MORE+

How Detroit Is Using Innovation To Tackle Their Vacant Property Problem

by govpilot on January 28, 2016

According to The Detroit News, since 2005, more than one third of Detroit properties have been foreclosed on because of mortgage defaults or unpaid taxes – almost 140,000 properties. When those homes aren’t reoccupied, they often end up on the city’s blight list, a list that has already 84,000 properties on it. READ MORE+

City of Paterson, NJ Uses GovPilot's GIS For Special Tax Lien Auction

by govpilot on January 26, 2016

The City of Paterson, NJ is partnering with GovPilot's, a government management software provider, Geographic Information System (GIS) to support a special tax lien sale on Feb. 4, 2016. READ MORE+