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Springbrook Software | March 23, 2022
Springbrook Software, a leading provider of ERP platforms for local government agencies, is releasing a new mobile app designed specifically for next-generation management of field work orders. The app is powered by PUBLIQ software, a company recently acquired by Springbrook, and will be available on the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store available for use on iOS and Android compatible tablets and mobile phones. Springbrook Software serves over 2000 local government agencies in villages...
Accela | October 08, 2021
Accela, the leading provider of cloud-based SaaS solutions for government, announced the winners of its Trendsetter Awards at its annual conference, Accelarate, this week. The virtual conference provided a space for the event's more than 1,800 attendees to engage and learn from state and local government leaders, product experts, and industry changemakers on how cutting-edge cloud solutions can help to solve today's most pressing civic problems.
The theme of this year'...
The Hill | February 10, 2020
President Trump’s budget proposal unveiled Monday includes significant funding increases for research and development of artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing. If approved, the fiscal 2021 budget would double nondefense AI spending from roughly $973 million to almost $2 billion. It would also significantly boost quantum information science research by 50 percent compared with last year, with plans to double investment by 2022. "Last year, the President committed to invest...
Amazon | April 16, 2020
The Pentagon's process for awarding a highly lucrative cloud computing contract to Microsoft instead of Amazon was in line with legal and government purchasing standards, a government watchdog agency said Wednesday. The Defense Department inspector general found no evidence of White House interference in the contract award process. But the report said investigators could not fully review that aspect of the matter because the White House would not allow unfettered access to witnesses. The con...
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