Due to the holiday, we're posting on the second instead of first Tuesday with an investigation into the Civic Tech movement and Code for America, plus highlights from 2018, including our most popular gov tech blog posts and the year's top projects and clients. We appreciate your comments and suggestions for future topics.

Investigating the Civic Tech Movement

How Open Maine and Code for America brigades are volunteering to change lives with tech

Government has been under pressure of late to deliver greater technical innovation and transparency to its citizens, but this work can be limited by budgets and support. In response, citizens are becoming more involved via the civic tech movement to fill in the gaps, via organizations such as Code for America (CFA). CFA’s mission is to make government more responsive to the demands of the digital age via a network of local volunteers and government partnerships....

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Celebrating 2018

Thank you to our clients and employees for a great year

GovWebworks marks its second year with continued focus on public sector clients, and a 21 percent growth rate over the last two years. 2018 launched six new projects, bringing two new states to our client list, and three additional projects to active states. The projects, detailed below, supported agencies in California, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, and Vermont...

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Top 12 Posts of 2018

The year's most popular articles on the GovWebworks blog

We recently celebrated the season, and all of you, at our annual holiday party (pictured here). In honor of the 12 days of Christmas, we've compiled the top 12 most popular posts from the GovWebworks blog in 2018...

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