Philadelphia Works to Embed Innovation in the City’s People, Places, Processes

Network conceptMitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on GovTech.com entitled, “Philadelphia Works to Embed Innovation in the City’s People, Places, Processes”.  The theory is that if these three things are connected and “bump together” in intelligent ways, some really interesting work can be done within government.  <<Read article

 

 

 

 

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FastTrackGov® Special Feature: Vehicle-for-Hire Management System

line of taxisThe increasing popularity of ridesharing services like Uber and Lyft has prompted regulatory authorities across the U.S. and Canada to revise rules, regulations, and ordinances governing vehicle-for-hire operations.  The sheer volume of new drivers and vehicles an agency needs to register, screen, inspect, and track can be overwhelming for the regulatory authority and staff.

Mitchell Humphrey & Co.’s FastTrackGov Vehicle-for-Hire Management System enables regulators to improve efficiency, accuracy, revenue maximization, and control.

The FastTrackGov Vehicle-for-Hire Management System includes registration, licensing, code enforcement, customer compliments or complaints, and numerous other features specific to the vehicle-for-hire industry.

The system has been designed to benefit all stakeholders in the vehicle-for-hire industry including:  drivers, owners, inspectors, code enforcement staff, citizens, and management.

For more information or to schedule a demo, visit www.fasttrackgov.com/VFH or contact Beth Humphrey at 314.991.2440 or bhumphrey@mitchellhumphrey.com.

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Governor Chris Christie signs controversial bill to extend N.J. building permits

Mitchell Humphrey & Co. recently found an article on NJ.comEngineer online entitled, “Christie signs controversial bill to extend N.J. building permits”.  Governor Chris Christie signed the Permit Extension Act (A3815), which was first enacted in 2008 and was re-upped through legislation in 2010 and 2012.  <<Read article

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