EMERGING TECHNOLOGY,GOVERNMENT BUSINESS
TechFlow | January 09, 2023
Logistics and digital solutions provider, Techflow, recently announced that it has received the follow-on contract to offer improvement and maintenance support services for the cloud.gov platform, by General Services Administration's (GSA) Technology Transformation Service (TTS). The total estimated value of this specific order for Labor Hours is $8,023,014.80.
Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), cloud.gov, is built and operated by TTS to assist teams with delivering federal government applications, and TTS’s cloud.gov shared service handles security and maintenance of everything underneath. For federal agencies to host applications that meet FedRAMP requirements, cloud.gov holds a FedRAMP Joint Authorization Board (JAB) Moderate Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO).
Techflow will operate, monitor, maintain, and update a Cloud Foundry deployment and supporting services @underlyingcloud.gov, as mentioned in the terms. It will also provide consultation to the cloud.gov development team for Cloud Foundry’s best practices for existing and new capabilities, automate procedures, and increase the system's resilience.
cloud.gov's status as a premium platform allows government organizations to harness cloud capabilities, deploy and update websites faster. In addition, easy adoption and faster processing will enable employees to focus more on application building and server infrastructure administration.
"We are honored that the GSA continues to place their trust in us to maintain and expand this important platform to enable modernization initiatives throughout the government and support key missions," Mark Carter, TechFlow President and COO.
TechFlow, with headquarters in San Diego, California and satellite offices in Washington, DC and around the United States, provides cutting-edge technology services to its clientele. TechFlow balances automation and human judgment to achieve their client's goals. TechFlow operates in mission-critical markets like digital, platform, base management/logistics, energy and mobility, for both the public and private sectors.
Sapia.ai | December 02, 2022
Sapia.ai, creator of the world's first smart interviewer, are proud to announce that they have been accepted onto the UK government's Crown Commercial Service (CCS) procurement framework G-Cloud 13.Organisations can now find and purchase Sapia.ai's tools, including its AI-empowered smart chat which has shown to help companies deliver on their Diversity KPI's when hiring, from the government's digital marketplace. The G-cloud framework launched in 2012, with the aim of easing the procurement process for the UK government and other public sector bodies. Sapia.ai has joined over 5000 suppliers to offer its solutions within the framework.
Public sector organisations are now able to access, review, and purchase Sapia.ai's automated and bias-free hiring solution easily through the marketplace, knowing that it has been vetted by the G-cloud framework. Sapia.ai is truly unique in that it allows candidates to apply for a job through a simple text chat - negating the need for CVs which have been shown to be full of bias - even when anonymised. Instead, using Sapia.ai's AI-driven technology and its bias-free database of interview responses, Sapia.ai can create an accurate and independent profile of a candidate matching their skills with their ability to do the job within seconds. Every candidate also receives personalized feedback that they can use to improve in areas for future job searches, as well as helping them understand where their strengths lie.
"We are delighted to have been included in the G-Cloud 13 framework. When our technology can simultaneously lead to customers seeing accelerated diversity after just 3 months of use, as in the case of our customer Woodies, you know you have built game changing technology,We cannot wait for it to do the same in the public sector that we have for so many companies. "
-Barb Hyman,CEO Sapia.ai.
By using Sapia.ai public sector customers can now deliver:
An interview for every candidate that applies without any need for CVs.
A fast and human-focussed automated hiring system that fits into current HR processes.
A time-efficient shortlisting process, while every candidate receives personalized feedback.
More diverse hires with highly accurate job matching.
An immediate impact on D&I KPIs.
Huge cost and time savings on recruitment.
Sapia's mission is to help companies unlock and engage talent at scale. With its blind, automated chat interview and comprehensive DEI analytics platform, Sapia's technology is the first solution of its kind to disrupt biases that affects traditional recruitment processes – resulting in fair outcomes for candidates and companies.
EMERGING TECHNOLOGY,GOVERNMENT BUSINESS
OPEXUS | January 19, 2023
AINS LLC, a government process management software service provider, recently announced its rebranding and will now function under the name OPEXUS. The new identity perfectly describes the company's dedication to public institutions, providing their communities with great technology experiences. The company has relocated its headquarters to Washington, D.C.
Before the rebranding, AINS was acquired by an affiliate of Gemspring Capital in November 2021, after a remarkable year of growth. New customers touched an all-time high in 2022, including federal, state, and local government agencies in the United States, national and provincial governments in Canada, and a university as the company's first customer in higher education. Additionally, OPEXUS has established itself as the market leader in the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) technology space, which played a significant role in the company's success and will remain a priority in 2023.
OPEXUS (formerly ANIS) this year has been acknowledged as a first-time member of the GovTech100, a yearly list compiled and published by Government Technology featuring 100 companies committed to making a distinction in and selling to government agencies across the U.S. Furthermore, the OPEXUS team will focus on providing product enhancements and a range of new customer experience capabilities. It includes revamped user experiences for the existing software, a brand-new customer success team, and a more comprehensive network of cutting-edge tech partners to speed up the development of a range of new products.
Department of Small and Local Business Development (DSLBD) Director, Kristi Whitfield said, "Mayor Bowser remains steadfast in her commitment to encouraging businesses to headquarters in the District of Columbia. More businesses establishing and maintaining roots in our nation's capital means more job opportunities for District residents as well as more opportunities for our local government to keep local dollars local by doing business with District-based enterprises. That's a win for all."
(Source: PR Newswire)
Founded in 1988, OPEXUS is the leader in FedRAMP-certified government management software, supporting public institutions with 30 years of experience. OPEXUS, headquartered in Washington D.C., brings functional excellence to governments' middle office so that agencies can concentrate on the critical work of mission delivery. With a built-for-government product suite that includes solutions for audits, investigations, correspondence, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, and employee & labor, the company empowers 100,000 government users with exceptional technology experiences and collaborates with more than 150 government agencies across the U.S. and Canada.