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Maury Blackman: Accela Launches Payment Platform for Govt Market

San Ramon, California-based cloud-based productivity and civic engagement provider Accela has introduced a new online and in-person modern payment platform for government agencies, the company announced June 21. Maury Blackman, Accela president and CEO, wrote in a blog post that CivicPay is designed to communicate and understand government demand and address potential gaps in the market such …

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Accela, OpenGov Forge Financial Intell Partnership for Govt Clients; Maury Blackman Comments

Accela and OpenGov have formed a partnership to provide financial intelligence to customer agencies and their constituents through an integrated technology platform. An integration of Accela’s Finance and Administration and OpenGov technologies will transition financial data to OpenGov’s cloud platform and allow public officials and citizens to gain insights on government spending and performance, OpenGov said …

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Maury Blackman Appointed Premise Data President, CEO

Maury Blackman, formerly president and CEO of San Ramon, California-based government technology company Accela, has been appointed to similar roles at Premise Data. Blackman will help Premise Data provide government agencies and companies with a data and analytics platform designed to help them derive actionable intelligence from data gathered by …

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Tiffany Goddard: Citizen Engagement Key to Cities’ Public Works, Safety Goals

Tiffany Goddard, a citizen engagement specialist at Carahsoft, has outlined how government organizations and citizens can work together to aid in public safety functions. Goddard wrote in a blog post published Friday that both public works and public safety organizations believe they need to change how they interact with citizens and information sharing. She cited …

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Now Available on GSA Schedules; Phil Sorgen Comments

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 can now be purchased by government customers through General Services Administration Schedules. The company said the laptop-tablet, which is built to offer desktop-like power computing, “has met all GSA criteria” and been available under the procurement vehicle since Nov. 3. Microsoft announced that it has also approved …

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