Former Kentucky CIO Chuck Grindle shares key insights on how governments can move their policy management process into the cloud.
As a government chief information officer (CIO), you are responsible for vetting your agency’s technology purchases. In most cases, you ...read more
Technology can play a vital role in enabling government agencies to meet operational standards. But it’s not just about modernizing ...read more
Project management issues such as approval delays, departmental silos and an over-reliance on paper-based systems can thwart the policymaking process, ...read more
Policymaking is mission critical for governments. Government agencies need to ensure that whatever tools and software they use for their ...read more
“I’m often sharing a Microsoft Word document with over a dozen people for feedback and edits. By the time everyone ...read more
The Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services (MDCPS) oversees foster care placement and child welfare services for approximately 4,000 children ...read more
With multiple bills introduced into legislatures, there is a need to administer new regulations for passed legislation promptly. To achieve ...read more
As a government leader, one of your top priorities is to balance a large volume of policymaking with limited staff ...read more
Policy management refers to the process of developing, implementing and evaluating policies from beginning to end. If your agency suffers ...read more
Culture starts at the top of any organization. The tone set by leadership trickles down through government agencies and makes ...read more
Bills, bills, bills. No, not those kinds of bills. 💸 We’re talking about the hundreds, even thousands, of bills in ...read more
Tired of hunting down old files or chasing down the next step in your policymaking process? Or perhaps you are ...read more
One of the most common questions customers ask us is: “How long will it take to implement Esper?” If you’re ...read more
Pave the way to a paperless government with a centralized platform to write, review and store policies.
It's our five year anniversary! That's five years of empowering governments to create more data-driven and equitable policies.
Esper, a leader in policy management software, was named to the 2023 GovTech 100 list of innovative government technology solutions.
Our latest guide walks you through how to develop a policy game plan to set up incoming administrations for success.
Esper chatted with former NYC CTO John Paul Farmer to learn how agencies can digitize critical services with government software.
Esper is excited to announce we will be hosting a fire-side chat at State of GovTech 2022.
The latest feature of Esper’s policy management solution allows governments to conduct retrospective reviews of their regulations.
In this article, we look at how agencies can leverage Esper’s policymaking platform for a successful government software implementation.
Esper, a leading provider of cloud-based policy software, today announced it has received FedRAMP authorization.
The latest feature to Esper's public policy software allows governments to streamline collaboration on internal policy documents.
This on-demand webinar explores how governments are using technology to streamline and modernize their policymaking.
Montana Lieutenant Governor Kristen Juras shares how she and Governor Greg Gianforte kick-started their state-wide Red Tape Relief initiative.
California DMV innovates on their rulemaking processes with Esper's policy management platform.
We’re here to offer some suggestions for how best-in-class technology can assist police departments when it comes to policy.
Esper, a leading provider of cloud-based policy management software, is now available for purchase on AWS Marketplace.
Esper announces recent partnership with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) to move the Department’s policymaking into the cloud.
In this blog, we outline critical features of a modern Policy Library that’s user-friendly for the public and government.
Esper is thrilled to announce that we will be attending the 2022 Spring CALEA Conference on Wednesday March 30 through ...read more
In this blog post, we’ll outline a practical guide to mapping your health policy landscape and understanding how you can ...read more
In 2020, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) awarded a multi-year, $9.9 million contract to Esper Regulatory Technologies, Inc., which ...read more
On January 6, 2022, The Department of Treasury issued their final rule on the SLFRF program. This ruling is set ...read more
Each year, Government Technology compiles and publishes their GovTech 100 list. These 100 companies are focused on partnering with state ...read more
We identified eight key milestones that encompass the policymaking lifecycle, and discuss the challenges and opportunities for improvement in each ...read more
Government is shifting from on-prem into the cloud. Check out the benefits of a SaaS policy management solution.
As you settle into your post-session routine, we wrote five helpful tips for how to approach upcoming regulatory changes.
Regulatory review doesn’t have to be an impossible undertaking, and getting it right has enormous benefits both to our citizens ...read more
Government agencies are all feeling the strain of a rapid, unplanned shift to remote working. Esper helps tackle these challenges ...read more
Esper is purpose-built to simplify the policymaking process. Before Esper, the majority of our government clients relied on legacy IT ...read more
Applying leading cloud technology to regulation and policymaking.
Modern technology can amplify the application of network theory in government to create more feedback loops between the public and ...read more
New developments in natural language processing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning technologies have allowed the creation of new platforms to ...read more
A brief guide for how your government can approach licensing reciprocity.
The process for creating and enacting public policy in government is part art, part science.
Government administrative codes are composed of regulations that specify how businesses and organizations can legally operate.
While legislation has high public visibility, its twin sister, regulation, receives far less attention.
I lead product design and brand at Esper, a small but mighty team based in Austin, Texas.
Did you know that the government is the largest employer in the United States?
2018 is perhaps one of the most exciting times for civic engagement this country has witnessed in the past several ...read more
While government executives and legislators often receive the most press and attention, it is administrative agencies and their respective policies ...read more
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