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Feature Release: Workflows


Workflows Just Got Upgraded

Workflows exist to create an environment where people can do their best work, and with this latest release, PrimeGov customers now have a number of additional, exciting options in their  workflow builder. These features will help local governments address more complex workflow needs and continue to optimize their […]

Local Government

American Rescue Plan Act

The American Rescue Plan Act and Technology: A Guide for Local Government

For over a year now, local government has played a critical role in helping communities through the pandemic. From the earliest stages of transitioning to remote government to the present distribution of vaccines and easing of lockdowns, local government leaders and staff […]

Go beyond the vote

One Year Out: 5 Things to Know About Running for Office

If you’ve had a chance to listen to the Go Beyond the Vote podcast recently, you know that we’ve been in conversation with some truly inspirational people about civic engagement, and specifically about the need for more diverse voices in local government. […]


Primegov And Rock Solid Technology Come Together To Amplify And Transform Civic Engagement

We are proud to announce that PrimeGov is joining forces with Rock Solid Technology to enhance the future of civic engagement and digital transformation of local government.   PrimeGov and Rock Solid Technologies’ leadership brings decades of dedicated local government experience. We now have the opportunity to provide new capabilities to facilitate every step of the legislative management process […]


7th Largest City In The U.S., San Antonio Utilizes Primegov To Provide A Comprehensive Resident Connection Portal For Their 1.58 Million Constituents

According to the census bureau’s growth numbers for 2010-2019, San Antonio is one the fastest growing cities in the United States. The city covers 505 square miles with a population of 1.58 million (2021), and it is the 7th largest […]

Go beyond the vote

How A Mother, Educator, And Activist Decided To Run For School Board

Annie Warshaw is a candidate for Skokie School Board District 68 in Illinois. She is a former teacher, an entrepreneur, a community activist, and an adjunct professor of Gender Studies. She aims to create policies that expand the district’s equity […]

Local Government

Struggling to Recruit Diverse, Proactive, and Well-Informed Members for Your Boards and Commissions? Do This.

Our previous post, 25 reasons why you should get involved with your local government, received a tremendous response from the community. We also received a multitude of follow up questions...

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