WiredBlue is proud to be named a part of Government Technology Magazine’s inaugural GovTech100 List. The list focuses on the top 100 companies focused on government customers.
From Government Technology http://www.govtech.com/100/Next-Wave-of-Civic-Innovation.html
The editors of Government Technology together with e.Republic Labs, a sister organization focused on civic innovation and new market entrants, have developed the inaugural GovTech100, a listing of the leading 100 companies focused on government as a customer, having developed an innovative or disruptive offering to improve or transform government, or having created new models for delivering services. These companies are active in one or more market segments: administrative, service delivery, intelligent infrastructure and civic tech focus areas.
The companies in the GovTech100 are, on average, 9 years old and together span most of what government does — promising greater productivity, improved workflows, automated processes, mobile-equipped workforces, data-informed decision support, mutual aid, and sharing of facilities and equipment. The open data movement fueled many of the startups with many new transparency-related services offering a hedge against waste, fraud and abuse.
This first effort at compiling the GovTech100 reflects hundreds of hours of work to identify, verify and qualify companies using publicly available information, media reports and interviews with parties familiar with the market. We are confident that it is a good list — one that can introduce you to otherwise unknown players that may have a fresh approach to a problem you are trying to solve.