If your radio happened to be tuned to the Bloomberg Baystate Business Hour Monday afternoon, you may have heard the dulcet tones of ClearGov president Bryan Burdick making a compelling case for clarity in governance to Boston bureau chief Tom Moroney and radio news anchor Peter Barnes. If you missed it, you can listen here. Bryan’s segment begins around 13 minutes in.
Bryan made news on several fronts, announcing the launch of a new product feature called ClearGov Projects and a new partnership with Patch, a hyperlocal news platform that currently serves more than 1,200 communities, towns, and cities across the U.S.
ClearGov Projects gives local governments and schools an easy way to shine a spotlight on capital improvements and the initiatives people care about most. The new feature allows ClearGov customers to create and publish detailed project pages in a matter of minutes so they can easily share important updates about budgets, timelines, and more with their communities and the Press.
Speaking of the Press, ClearGov has also just joined forced with Patch to integrate ClearGov profiles directly into all of their local sites. After successfully piloting the new service in Massachusetts, we’re gearing up to roll it out to another 900 Patch sites across the country. Stay tuned to the ClearGov blog for more details on this exciting development and be sure to check out Bryan’s interview with Bloomberg’s Boston Bureau.