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Highlighting digital transformation in today’s local government
Hays County is the second Texas county to utilize the remote marriage license system after Tarrant County, which launched a program in 2022.
For local governments exploring business licensing software, here’s a list of questions to help your agency find the right solution for staff and the business community.
How Okaloosa County, FL Uses the GovOS Business Licensing & Tax Application to Collect and Manage Over $30M in Annual Tourist Development Taxes
In 2023, the county reported a 14% increase in registered tax clients, with 98% of payments now submitted online. Watch this video to hear county staff share their experience using GovOS.
Business licensing is a complex task, made more challenging by a growing list of industry requirements. Here’s a look at some of the different types of business licenses and permits processed by local governments.
With the continued growth in the short-term rental industry top of mind in many communities, we wanted to address some frequently asked questions we get from local governments.
With the amount of paperwork government employees process on a daily basis, delivering quick turnarounds for new permit applications and renewals can be challenging. That’s where permitting software comes in.
Learn how local governments across the U.S. are reinvesting tax revenue from short-term rentals back into their communities.
This series of articles profiles the industry-leading organizations partnering with GovOS to promote better engagement between governments and their constituents.
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