Four years after bringing its first form online using GovOS Studio, the county assessor’s office was well-prepared to continue providing online civic services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Case StudiesHighlighting digital transformation in today’s local government
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Highlighting digital transformation in today’s local government
Bexar County, TX developed the award-winning Records on the Run program to transport records to citizens throughout the county. Watch this video to learn how the county increased accessibility with the help of GovOS.
In response to the rapid increase of short-term rentals in the area, North Elba implemented a law that requires rental operators to apply for a permit and pay applicable tax.
As part of the county’s ongoing efforts to automate and streamline processes for citizens and staff, the clerk and registrar’s office recently launched the GovOS Remote Marriage application.
Bexar County, TX built a first-of-its-kind mobile records unit. Watch this video about how the county uses GovOS to increase productivity with online services.
Dallas County, TX records approximately 400,000 land records documents each year. Watch this video to learn how Dallas County is driving change and innovation with GovOS Records Solution.
Oceanside, CA is a popular coastal city in San Diego County that experienced rapid growth in Airbnbs, Vrbos and short-term rentals (STRs) in the 2010s.
More than five years ago, the State of Arizona passed a law barring local regulations of short-term rentals. Not long after, Sedona began taking steps to get a handle on the situation.
In response to a COVID-19 state mandate that only permitted certain cases to be tried in person, Alvin, TX turned to GovOS Studio to build a new system that would allow them to facilitate virtual hearings.
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