GCOM Named to GovTech 100 List for 2024

GCOM Named to GovTech 100 List for 2024

This marks the third consecutive year that GCOM has been included in the GovTech 100 list. 

 

COLUMBIA, Md. – January 3, 2024 – GCOM, the leader in outcome-driven technology solutions for the public sector, today announced that it has been named to the GovTech 100 list for the third year in a row. GCOM merged with California-based OnCore Consulting in August, a significant step in furthering both companies aligned missions to help governments create healthier, safer, and more prosperous communities.

The GovTech 100 is an annual list compiled and published by Government Technology as a compendium of 100 companies focused on, making a difference in, and selling to state and local government agencies across the United States.

“2023 was a monumental year for both GCOM and OnCore as the companies joined forces to better serve government agencies and communities across the country,” said Lisa Mascolo, CEO of GCOM and OnCore. “As we enter 2024, governments are renewing their efforts to streamline service delivery and improve the constituent experience, despite fiscal pressures. Together GCOM and OnCore are even better positioned to help them do just that. We are committed to efficiently delivering positive outcomes for our clients and their clients.”

GCOM and OnCore recapped the outcomes delivered for their clients in an annual report, which includes:

  • GCOM’s Framework for Addiction Analysis and Community Transformation (FAACT) data sharing hub, developed in partnership with the Commonwealth of Virginia, enabled state organizations to identify and address a spike in xylazine usage months before the CDC and FDA issued national alerts.
  • OnCore stood up the California Air Resources Board public payment portal for vehicle owners to register their vehicles and pay the associated fees, which is expected to serve over 1 million vehicles and generate $30M in annual revenue for California.
  • OnCore worked with the Judicial Council of California to integrate country data and create dashboards to support risk-based release decisions, which have been tied to a 5.8% decrease in rebookings for misdemeanors and a 2.4% decrease for felonies.
  • GCOM supported Connecticut’s Clean Slate initiative, which applied technology to automatically expunge the records of 44,000 Connecticut residents with low-level cannabis possession convictions, enabling those residents to pursue previously unavailable career, housing and educational aspirations.

 

“We’re witnessing a remarkable surge in innovation across the entire GovTech sector driven by new startups, partnerships and strategic mergers. The industry’s resilience and growth, even while other sectors slowed due to economic conditions, underscores the critical nature of technology’s role in solving the most complex government challenges,” said Dustin Haisler, Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer, Government Technology. “The 2024 GovTech 100 exemplifies this market energy, as we saw innovation from the back-office ERPs to the citizen-facing service requests systems. We applaud all the companies that have chosen this market as their own.”