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2017 is Shaping-Up to be GovPilot’s Year

By Alannah Dragonetti
 

This month, GovPilot saw client, Moorestown, accomplish, well, more!, using our platform. We also continued our 2016 streak of NJAC newsletter features and client sign-ons. Details below:

Moorestown Published GovPilot Processes

Moorestown, NJ, a town Money magazine calls “the best place to live in the United States”, just got better.The Philadelphia suburb decided to kick-off the new year by unveiling GovPilot tools. GovPilot’s GIS map, “200 ft. Search Request” and “Report a Concern” digital forms are currently live on Moorestown’s site. More good news: residents can look forward to more ways to connect with more efficient government in 2017. Officials are working with GovPilot to automate Moorestown’s Open Records Request and Vacant Property Registration processes.

NJAC Shined a Spotlight on GovPilot’s Blog Post, “Illumination”

In 2016, GovPilot pieces regularly appeared in the New Jersey Association of Counties' monthly newsletter. We are so grateful that the trend seems to be continuing into the new year! "Illumination: How GovPilot Upholds United States Freedom of Information Laws" has been republished in NJAC's January issue. See pages 6 and 7

New Year, New Clients

Looks like local government officials took our new year’s resolution suggestions to heart. The following municipalities have resolved to upgrade operations by adopting GovPilot:

Bound Brook, NJ

Muhlenberg, PA

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