Join us for one of our upcoming webinars hosted by Accela product experts and discover what your fire inspections could look like with the Accela Civic Application for Fire Prevention.
Experts from the Center for Digital Government and Accela will offer practical advice on assessing, planning and executing local government reopening strategies. They’ll breakdown critical considerations around local government workspaces, personnel policies, technology requirements, budgeting and more.
Experts from the Center for Digital Government and Accela will offer practical advice on assessing, planning and executing state government reopening strategies. They’ll breakdown critical considerations around government workspaces, personnel policies, technology requirements, budgeting and more.
Homelessness remains a problem in many cities and these individuals are especially vulnerable to COVID-19. When citizens are not able to isolate at home, they may find alternatives such as vacant homes or buildings which can be a public safety concern. Accela can help agencies with mobile solutions to collect occupancy information in the field and provide the ability for citizens to report vacant structures which become occupied.
The spread of COVID-19 has required governments to quickly identify what constitutes a business as “essential” and able to stay open and operating during the pandemic.
Accela’s solution can help guide communities through this process by providing an online resource for citizens to file complaints about non-essential business that may be open and not complying with the latest mandates. The solution can also help agency staff capture data on potential violators and follow-up on a citizen report in a timely manner.
Mobile inspection and virtual inspection capabilities can help field workers continue critical, timely inspections or construction projects as scheduled without risk of COVID-19 spread. Accela can help agencies enable the features that will provide contractors with these capabilities online through Citizen Access.
Moving citizen services online enables government agencies to mitigate public health risks that could occur via in-person interactions at city or county offices. Accela can help agencies quickly setup critical online citizen services to reduce the need for people to travel to drop off paperwork and ensure business keeps moving forward in your community.
Municipalities are discussing how the re-opening of businesses impacted by COVID-19 will require a careful, phased approach with new rules and precautionary processes put in place.
Accela’s new Business Re-Opening Management solution helps agencies navigate the challenges and considerations of the re-opening process to ensure the safety of business owners and residents in the community.
As cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) rise, governments are working to identify hotels, convention centers, cruise ships and other properties that can be quickly converted to separate individuals. This week, join us for a 60-minute webinar to discuss how Accela’s Temporary Occupancy COVID-19 Response Solution can help agencies across the country to manage the occupancy of these facilities.
Accela can help agencies certify or re-certify medical professionals, and manage the screening, availability and scheduling of volunteers during the COVID-19 crisis.
Parents who work in health, safety, and essential services need childcare for their families. Accela can help agencies review, approve, and manage temporary licenses for childcare facilities and providers during the pandemic.
It is critical that departments continue to serve citizens during "shelter in place" restrictions. Accela can help agencies quickly deploy a Citizen Hub where citizens can get the latest community information and emergency updates, and qualify and apply for the services they need online. Similarly, an Employee Communications Hub helps staff stay on top of the latest processes enacted under COVID-19 orders.
Learn the inside story of how Tacoma, WA uses a digital permitting solution to streamline processes, save money and improve citizen experience.
This 30-minute webinar opens a window into Deschutes County’s efforts to accelerate planning and building services through cloud technologies.
This 30-minute webinar, Exceeding Service Expectations with Cloud Solutions, offers an inside look at how Manatee County leveraged the cloud to cut $250,000 in costs and improve operations at the same time.
Hear our experts discuss how to assess where you are in your cloud journey and how to build a comprehensive plan for delivering digital services.
Join this webinar to learn how the cloud is driving value at the state and local level, as well as to discover new strategies for implementing cloud services.
Hear the pros and cons of selecting pre-packaged vs. customized SaaS solutions for government services and how ready-made solutions can increase time-to-value.
Learn why government agencies are increasingly moving to the cloud, and how SaaS is helping them quickly get apps running at typically lower costs, and within a secure, high performance and scalable environment.
Watch this on-demand webinar to learn why digital licensing and permitting services are critical for economic development and hear practical advice for deploying business-friendly digital services in your community.
Cannabis Regulation for State Government State regulatory agencies across the country are ramping up programs to enforce the safe production and sale of cannabis for medical or recreational use. New processes, high scrutiny, and demand for real time information and accuracy are changing the regulatory game for many agencies working to keep bad actors out of the system and guide new businesses towards compliance.
Listen to Accela and Judy Steele, the former Deputy Director of Denver, Colorado, discuss the challenges of building cannabis regulatory programs and how local governments can leverage proven best practices and technology systems to implement successful processes.