Avenu Insights & Analytics, a global leader in administration and revenue recovery solutions for governments, recently received the coveted “Deal of the Year” award in the Gov/Tech industry for their acquisition with Interware Development. This remarkable success was recognized at the M&A Atlas Awards, honoring achievements in the USA mid-market communities. The award-winning acquisition positions Avenu for a bright future, enabling them to better serve their customers and revolutionize the way governments handle payment processing and citizen services.
As we start moving towards to a post-pandemic state, we need to prepare for the top challenges state and local governments are facing in 2022. Avenu’s CEO, Paul Colangelo, spends a great deal of time working with government leaders across the country and has a keen understanding of the challenges that lie ahead.
On this episode, we are joined by legendary public administrator Merrett Stierheim.
Short-term rental listings are expected to grow by nearly 21% in 2022. However, localities are finding it harder to effectively monitor and tax these properties.
On this episode, we are joined by Robert Pesapane of FEMA.
FRESNO, Calif., April 19, 2022 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Avenu Insights & Analytics (Avenu) recently announced the addition of Rachelle Arizmendi as one of the company’s Government Industry Advisors. Rachelle joins Avenu as a native Californian with a life-long career in serving the public sector and numerous leadership positions.
We are pleased to provide our March 2022 California Policy Update. This issue includes updates on Governor Newsom’s State of the State Address, the Taxpayer Protection and Government Accountability Act (currently being circulated for signatures for potential inclusion on the November 2022 Statewide ballot), and legislation by topic area that is currently going through the legislative process.
The State of Louisiana needed a ‘one-stop shop’ for the entire Louisiana business community that reduced the burden of processing and filing paper returns for Sales and Use, Occupational License, & Hotel Tax.
Utility Franchise Fees can represent up to 10% of a local government’s annual revenue, so it is essential to understand what is truly going on within these payments. A Utility Franchise Fee is essentially rent being paid by a utility to a city or county for the use of their rights-of-way. The typical utilities that pay franchise fees are electric, natural gas, telephone, video/cable, waste hauler, and water utilities.
Common top of mind initiatives for state and local governments often includes modernizing technology, streamlining operations, and improving services for citizens. Of course, each of these initiatives requires funds…which may have just arrived.
It was with great pleasure that Avenu recently honored Plymouth County, MA, as our Inaugural Book One Club member. The Book One Club was launched by Avenu to honor local governments who have gone to great lengths to digitize back to their very first record, also known as “book one.”