2014 was an amazing year for us, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the incredible hard work of our partners, clients and peers.
In particular we are inspired by the burgeoning community of civic innovators inside governments small and large. We thank you, and are as committed to your success in 2015 as we are to our own.
This just in: NuCivic has been acquired by GovDelivery.
This is an imporant milestone that will give us vastly more reach and resources to support our clients, and to accelerate innovation around and adoption of our solutions. The GovDelivery team has embraced our mission, our team, and our technology, and is committed to helping deliver civic impact at a vastly bigger scale. I will continue to lead NuCivic, all of our clients will remain fully supported, and all members of our team are committed to a great future together with GovDelivery.
NuCivic CEO Andrew Hoppin will join a panel discussion on the state of open government at “The Next Big Thing in Open Government,” hosted by The Paley Center for Media on November 6, 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
If you missed our recent webinar, “Agencies Leveraging the Power of Open to Build for the Future,” you can now watch it here.
NuCivic was named a government enterprise software hot company to watch by Federal Computer Week.
I’m honored to be moderating two exciting digital government panel sessions happening at the Acquia Engage Digital Conference on November 4 in Boston.
DKAN makes curating, editing, and publishing Open Data easy. CartoDB makes it simple to create beautiful maps.
We are thrilled to announce today that NuCivic is joining the newly-established CKAN Association as a charter member.
We’re honored to announce Amazon Web Services has named DKAN a grand prize winner in its City On a Cloud Innovation Challenge.
Today, the Nuams team is officially announcing the launch of NuCivic, a new business venture intent on driving information innovation in public sector institutions worldwide by delivering OpenSaaS civic software solutions.