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How governments can craft a contingency plan for natural disasters.

In a natural disaster, state and local governments are more important than ever for their constituents. But to prepare for the kind of crisis a natural disaster can bring, governments need a contingency plan.

Is Money Tight Right Now? Here’s Why Checking For Unclaimed Property Could Bring a Surprise

Millions of Americans are struggling with their personal finances this year. The coronavirus pandemic has hurt small business, limited work opportunities and stretched personal savings to the limit.

Ready or Not – 5G Is Coming: Governments Need to be Prepared Today

5G has the potential to be particularly transformative for government, since it promises faster internet speeds and more performant networks for everything from data transfer to the burgeoning Internet of Things.

Arizona Working to Unite Military Personnel to $7M in Unclaimed Property

Trusted by more states than any other system, Avenu’s Unclaimed Property Solutions provides administrators with a suite of comprehensive tools to unite owners to unclaimed property they didn’t know they were missing. We were happy to learn about the success that Arizona’s program is having and their recent campaign to unite military personnel to their unclaimed property.

First-Aid Kit for Cities: How Revenue Management Can Help Local Governments Withstand COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the revenue of state and local governments. Businesses are closing and citizens are spending less, generating deficits in tax income vital to many government budgets. In response, governments are firing employees and cutting key services just in order to get through the 2020 budgeting season.

Why Tech Needs Women Leaders and How to Get Them

In 2020, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment. The 19th amendment was a landmark victory for true gender equality. Its 100th anniversary offers a time to reflect on the importance of gender equality in business, public sector and tech leadership.

Avenu Delivers Newly Preserved Books to Tallapoosa Alabama

Buying a home? Having a boundary dispute? Building a structure on your land?

Where Technology and History Meet: How Digital Tech Is Giving Old Documents New Life

For centuries, local governments across the United States have been keeping historical records of land ownership transactions. These records number billions of pages and go back to before the founding of the original British colonies. Government officials rely on these records to prove provenance of land ownership, and genealogists use them to research family trees.

Digital Citizens Deserve a Digital Court System

America’s court system is ready for a change. Our citizens are more digitally empowered than ever before, but our courts and juries are mired in outdated manual processes and burdensome paperwork. For many Americans, jury service is a chore that wastes too much time and is far too confusing.

Why and How Local Governments Should Start Automating During COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has severely impacted the economy. As a result, tax revenue is down, and many local governments are struggling to withstand significant budget shortfalls.