Tailored to Governments
Partners and customers have round-the-clock access to the best assistance and customer service.
Extensive and robust API libraries provide seamless integration with internal and external systems.
Stringent security controls meet and exceed industry standards for the protection of sensitive data.
The ability to receive, log, track, and respond to a requester electronically saves enormous amounts of staff time. It allows the City to be 100% compliant with the mandated 10 day response deadline.
Salt Lake City Recorder, UT
During the evaluation process for
public records management software,
GovQA was the company that
most closely met security requirements
right out of the box.
Palo Alto Deputy City Clerk, CA
County departments can now collaborate on FOIA requests that require the collection of public documents in a easier fashion while tracking all requests efficiently.
Oakland County Executive, MI
GovQA In the News
WebQA Partners with PageFreezer to Deliver Website Archiving
WebQA announced today that it has partnered with PageFreezer to expand its Government Public Records Compliance Suite within its GovQA division. This new partnership will allow GovQA to offer industry leading website archiving tools to its base of almost 1,000 state and local government entities. Read more.
City of Seattle Launches Public Records System
As part of the City of Seattle’s ongoing commitment to transparency and to make the process of obtaining public records as easy as possible, the City has launched the Public Records Request Center. This online public portal offers constituents one system for submitting and tracking public disclosure requests, downloading records, monitoring the status of their previously submitted requests, communicating with public disclosure officers, and making payments. It also identifies commonly requested records and directs constituents to records that are readily available on Seattle.gov.
San Francisco Police Announce Web-Based System
The San Francisco Police Department has implemented a new way to request public records in an effort to maintain transparency and openness. Additionally, the new system will allow police to create proactive pages, which contain frequently asked questions and frequently requested documents without having to file a formal request. Read more.