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Tyler gets another one

The civic-tech giant Tyler Technologies announced Tuesday that it’s adding to its portfolio of payment vendors with the acquisition of US eDirect, a software provider that specializes in reservations, tickets and fees for outdoor recreational facilities. The deal, terms of which were not disclosed, folds US eDirect into NIC, the electronic payments provider that Tyler absorbed last year in a $2.3 billion purchase. Benjamin Freed reports.

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Colorado's new broadband boss

Brandy Reitter, the new head of Colorado’s broadband expansion efforts, told StateScoop Tuesday that she’s excited for a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity to close the state’s digital divide with $170 million in federal aid on the way. Reitter, who started this week as the new executive director of the Colorado Broadband Office, said that her largest priority in the role will be developing public-private partnerships to effectively spend the state’s influx of federal broadband funding, which she called “unprecedented.” Ryan Johnston has more.

FCC launches 'digital discrimination' task force for broadband

FCC Chair Jessica Rosenworcel on Tuesday announced the creation of a new task force dedicated to promoting equal broadband access and ending “digital discrimination” nationwide. The task force will focus on creating policies that limit the discrimination people face based on ZIP code, income level, ethnicity, race, religion and national origin when trying to access affordable broadband, the commission said.   Ryan has more.

ICYMI: Tong to GovOps

California Gov. Gavin Newsom this week tapped former CIO Amy Tong to lead the state's Government Operations Agency, a sprawling bureaucracy that includes including human resources, pension administration, tax collections and IT. Tong served five years as CIO until last December, when she was briefly moved into a role leading the state's Office of Digital Innovation. Ben has the story.

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