Tyler Technologies to buy digital government vendor NIC for $2.3 billion
The deal is by far the biggest in Tyler's corporate history, and gives the civic tech vendor a doorway into statewide contracting.
Texas courts sign $98M contract with Tyler Technologies for case filing
The contract, which will keep Tyler as the state's electronic filing vendor through 2027, is the biggest in the company's history.
Tyler Technologies customers report suspicious logins after ransomware attack
The company is telling its local-government customers to revoke credentials used by its technicians for remote access.
Tyler Technologies confirms cyberattack was ransomware
The company said it has no evidence the attack spread beyond internal networks to its local-government clients.
Tyler Technologies reports apparent cyberattack
The company, one of the largest vendors of IT services to local governments, reported a security incident involving unauthorized access by an "unknown third party."
Texas lawmakers consider firming up chief data officer's role
New legislation would give data-oriented work a more solid footing within state government.
'Connected Government Cloud' bridges disparate data in Utah DOT
State transportation officials told StateScoop the days of asking questions are over, and the data needed for definite and immediate answers is now at the ready.