Tyler Technologies | December 22, 2021
Tyler Technologies, Inc. today announced that the state of Oklahoma signed a contract renewal for Tyler’s digital government and payments services.
The five-year agreement expands upon a 20-year relationship between the state and Tyler’s subsidiary NIC.
“NIC Oklahoma has been a strategic partner to the state of Oklahoma for 20 years,” said director of Applications and Data Services Joe McIntosh at the state's Office of Management and Enterprise Services. “They are a key provider in a variety of digital services to Oklahomans including payment services, point of sale systems, and appointment management. We are excited to see this partnership continue and hope it does well into the future.”
Since 2001, NIC Oklahoma has delivered more than 400 digital government services and information across more than 125 agencies. In 2020 alone, NIC Oklahoma processed over $6 billion in payments for the state from more than four million transactions.
“While we have worked with the state for two decades now, it is our most recent work that makes me most proud. We have become a true strategic partner, closely aligned with the state’s overall goals for digital government and payment services. Now, as a part of Tyler, we can bring even more services and innovation to the state of Oklahoma.”
Connie Pearson, general manager of NIC Oklahoma
About Tyler Technologies and NIC
Acquired by Tyler Technologies on April 21, 2021, NIC is a leader in digital government solutions and payments, partnering with government to deliver user-friendly digital services that make it easier and more efficient to interact with government. NIC and Tyler are united in their mission to empower public sector entities to operate more efficiently and connect more transparently with their constituents and with each other. Tyler has more than 37,000 successful installations across more than 12,000 locations, with clients in all 50 states, Canada, the Caribbean, Australia, and other international locations. Tyler has been named to Government Technology's GovTech 100 list five times and has been recognized three times on Forbes' "Most Innovative Growth Companies" list.
Arthur | February 19, 2022
The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) has selected Arthur to deliver its industry-leading AI performance management solution as part of the Test and Evaluation (T&E) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA,) a $249M effort to accelerate production AI capabilities across the Department of Defense (DoD).
This new vehicle will allow the DOD to leverage the Arthur platform for AI monitoring and optimization to deliver better results with accuracy, explainability, and fairness. Arthur's world-class research team has pioneered exclusive capabilities in computer vision, natural language processing (NLP), bias mitigation, and other key functional areas.
With the rollout of the DoD's Ethical AI Principles—Responsible, Equitable, Traceable, Reliable, Governable—in February 2020, ensuring the appropriate foundation is in place for production AI capabilities is paramount.
The Arthur team brings considerable expertise and commitment to the federal government, having successfully worked with DARPA, the IC, NSF, NIST, ARPA-E, Treasury, Air Force, Army, and Navy.
Arthur is the AI Performance Company. Our platform measures and improves machine learning models to deliver better results. We help data scientists, product owners, and business leaders accelerate model operations to optimize for accuracy, explainability, and fairness. Arthur's research-led approach to product development drives exclusive capabilities in computer vision, NLP, bias mitigation, and other critical areas. At Arthur, we're on a mission to make AI work for everyone, and we are deeply passionate about building ML technology to drive responsible results.
About the DoD Joint Artificial Intelligence Center
The Department of Defense (DoD) Joint Artificial Intelligence Center (JAIC) was established in 2018 to be the focal point of the DoD Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy to accelerate scaling AI and its impact across the Department. The mission of the JAIC is "to accelerate the delivery of AI-enabled capabilities, scale the Department-wide impact of AI, and synchronize DoD AI activities to expand Joint Force advantages." Working closely with the Services, Combatant Commands, and other Components, JAIC identifies appropriate use cases for AI across DoD, rapidly pilots solutions, and scales impact across its enterprise.
ValGenesis Inc. | September 14, 2020
ValGenesis, Inc., a market leader in Enterprise Validation Lifecycle Management Systems (VLMS), today announced that an Agency of the U.S. Federal Government has gone live with cloud-based ValGenesis VLMS – the industry's most trusted 100% paperless validation lifecycle management system. The Agency is an operational and technical support contractor for one of around 40 Federally Funded Research and Development Centers and the only one focused on biomedical research. It is one of the leading solutions providers for technically challenging problems of national and global importance.