Why make a GovTech list?

Whenever we talk to our government partners, we love mentioning new and noteworthy startups working in the GovTech space.  This is why at MuniRent we wanted to create a list of all the ones we knew about.  It's an initial list and we hope it will grow!  To learn more, click on each startup's name.


MuniRent is a website that makes it easy for public agencies to share equipment and personnel.


AmigoCloud is a geospatial platform that helps you collect, manage, analyze, visualize, and publish your location data. All without installing any software.


Neighborland empowers organizations to collaborate with residents on local issues. They provide real-world design tools and a web-based communication platform.


Nextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It's the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it's free.


SeeClickFix helps hundreds of states, counties, and towns to manage millions of citizen service requests. They help residents report neighborhood issues and see them get fixed.


Textizen’s web platform sends, receives, and analyzes text messages so you can reach the people you serve with the technology already in their pocket, 24/7.


mySidewalk (formerly MindMixer) is a citizen engagement platform that makes it easy for residents' voice to be heard inside a state or local government agency.


The Accela Civic Platform is a foundation of powerful, trusted and secure cloud solutions designed to fit government agencies of all sizes.

Civic Insight

Civic Insight makes official information about buildings and construction projects available to the public in an easy-to-use interface. As a bonus, they develop visualizations that show how a city is changing over time.


ePermitHub is a comprehensive hub of permitting agencies, their permitting and plan check requirements, fees and rules enforced by the permitting process.


OpenCounter builds tools to help cities support local economic development.  They offer two products: OpenCounter, a "one-stop-shop" for business permitting, and ZoningCheck, a lightweight tool for zoning clearance queries.


A website for each community to manage donations, organize volunteers, and meet the needs of residents.


Appallicious is a data visualization company that creates products to help government better serve its citizens.


AppCityLife has a mobile and cloud platform that makes it easy for cities to deploy civic apps for mobile, open data, beacons and wearables. They simplify the process of making an app.


ArchiveSocial is an automated solution for complying with record keeping requirements such as FOIA, FINRA,  and SEC. It is the industry's easiest and most effective solution for managing records of social media.


GovDelivery serves public sector organizations around the world, helping them build and nurture digital relationships with the people in their community. The result is safer lives, happier commuters, healthier families, and better government.


GovLoop is the "Knowledge Network for Government" - the premier social network connecting over 150,000 federal, state, and local government innovators.  A great resource to connect with peers, share best practices, and find career-building opportunities.


Measured Voice helps teams measure and manage social media outreach on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Flickr and Tumblr.


A platform that uses the cloud to handle the constant flow of public records requests and an intuitive dashboard to manage them all.


Socrata’s cloud-based, Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions, supported by the Socrata Open Data Network and Socrata Partner Ecosystem, deliver unprecedented data-driven innovation and cost-savings for hundreds of public sector leaders and millions of their constituents around the world.


Junar's cloud-based Open Data Platform is the fastest, easiest, and most affordable way to transform government data into resources that your citizens can use.


The quantity of data created by governments and businesses is growing exponentially.  Enigma set out to create technologies that unify data, whether public or private, so that it can be brought to bear on the world's most important problems.


SeamlessDocs offers a robust platform to manage all form and eSignature needs. They can help a government agency quickly eSign a doc or convert PDFs into electronic forms. 


Captricity helps government agencies access data trapped in complex paper documents—including handwritten forms.  They use a combination of advanced scanning technology and crowdsourcing.

Trailhead Labs

Trailhead Labs helps public agencies convert their outdoor data into beautiful park maps.  


LocalData is a cloud-based mapping platform that helps cities and communities make data-driven decisions by capturing and visualizing street-level information in real time.

Loveland Technologies

Parcels are invisible to everyone except a few professionals and decision makers who use them to organize the world around us. Loveland's mission is to make this information accessible to all. With their technology, you can easily find parcels within a city and uncover gems previously unknown.


A new marketplace for under-valued land and buildings.  They provide a place for developers to find the next opportunity for growth.


OppSites helps developers find underexposed developement opportunities.  Public and privately owned properties are posted by cities and primed for new investment.

Aunt Bertha

Aunt Bertha's mission is to make human services information accessible to people and programs.  The provide an easy-to-use website to make critical services accessible to people that need them.


Remix (formerly TransitMix) makes it simple to plan great transit.  You can sketch out routes in any city and immediately understand the cost and demographic impact of a proposed change. They automatically pull in your existing bus lines onto the map and let you quickly design different scenarios using the latest US Census data. 


TransitScreen is a real-time display of all transportation options.  Transitscreens can be seen at airports, hotels, city halls and are becoming more and more ubiquitous.


OpenGov has an impressive open budget tool.  Send them an excel spreadsheet or CSV and they will create a beautiful dashboard of the agency's finances.  It is delivered as software-as-a-service (SaaS), so you don’t have to worry about relying on IT to set up servers or manage a lengthy implementation.


SmartProcure's software pulls the disparate details from millions of government purchase orders into a central database that both the agency and a vendor can search via a Web interface. The government buyer can select the vendor with the most favorable prices for whatever he or she is seeking.


GovSense is a Cloud  Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) designed specifically for Local Government. Their cloud-based framework is designed to allow municipalities to build the solution that meets their needs.


CostTree is the nation's premiere web-based cost allocation plan software built by plan-preparers with over 20 years of experience in the industry.


The world's 1st Procurement Intelligence Platform, ProductBio is changing the way product information is discovered, analyzed/compared, and shared. They can quantify consumption for environmental, social, fiscal compliance.

Court Innovations

Litigants using Court Innovations' software can navigate their local court system online for things like civil infractions. Think less standing in line in a court house and more clicking on a mouse pad at home.


StreetCred Software creates software and services that help police agencies, courts and cities access, rank, understand, and use a vast range of data.  StreetCred Software helps identify, and aggregate information that increases the probability of finding people of interest.


Cobalt makes the delivery of real-time law enforcement information in the field a reality for your police department.