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GovPilot To Attend The New York State Association Of Counties Fall Seminar

by govpilot on September 09, 2015

Govpilot is proud to announce that it will be attending the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) Fall Seminar. The seminar will be from September 21-23, 2015 at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Lake Placid, New York. The seminar is packed with great speakers and workshops. READ MORE+

Put Your Data To Work With GovPilot's Public GIS Maps

by govpilot on September 01, 2015

Governments deal with alot of information. READ MORE+

Morristown, NJ Moves The Needle With GovPilot

by govpilot on August 28, 2015

Morristown,  New Jersey  is the county seat of centrally located Morris County. With a population of more than 18,400 residents, the municipality has a rich history dating back to the American Revolution. In 2013, Joe Costa joined the township as its Head of Code Enforcement. READ MORE+

GovPilot To Attend The New Jersey League of Municipalities Conference 2015

by govpilot on August 17, 2015

GovPilot is proud to announce that it is attending the New Jersey League of Municipalities Annual conference in Atlantic City, NJ on November 16th through the 19th. We are really excited to be part of this amazing centennial milestone both as a vendor and as a speaker. The NJLM annual conference is one of the biggest, if not THE biggest municipal ... READ MORE+

How Your City Can Prepare For the Internet Of Things Revolution

by govpilot on August 11, 2015

Cities take notice: sensors are getting smaller and cheaper, and manufacturers are connecting the devices around us to the Internet in dizzying numbers. READ MORE+

Smart Ways Governments Use Social Media To Connect With Constituents

by govpilot on July 28, 2015

Government agencies are embracing social media, using it for everything from handling 311 service requests to updating the public on health and safety issues. Constituent engagement plays a huge part in how government agencies are using social media, with tools like Facebook and Twitter opening up new channels for citizens to provide feedback and ... READ MORE+

5 Innovative Ways Municipalities Use GIS

by govpilot on July 21, 2015

Governments are moving towards an increasingly transparent relationship with their citizens, a shift that's been aided by technologies like geographic information systems (GIS) which allow them to capture, manipulate, analyze, and present data in a geographical format. READ MORE+

Bring Your Departments Together with GovPilot

by govpilot on July 16, 2015

Your piles of paper are history. Instead, data and information is collected  through GovPilot's digitized forms and modules and automatically aggregated into a centralized database that all departments can easily access. READ MORE+

Could Open Data Stop Abuse Of New Jersey's OPRA Law?

by govpilot on July 14, 2015

Although New Jersey's Open Public Records Act (OPRA) was intended to create a channel for the public to access to government records, the lack of restrictions on OPRA requests for commercial use – and the sheer number of requests municipal clerks are dealing with on a daily basis – mean that the spirit of the law often gets buried in piles of ... READ MORE+

Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey Uses GovPilot To Go "Paperless"

by govpilot on July 07, 2015

Atlantic Highlands is a borough in Monmouth County, New Jersey. With a population of approximately 4,385 residents, the municipality has a rich maritime history. Mount Mitchell, located in Atlantic Highlands Borough, has the highest elevation on the eastern seaboard, south of Maine, offering sweeping views of Raritan Bay and New York City. READ MORE+