4 in New Jersey recognized as ‘GovTech 100’ companies

List recognizes firms for improving how businesses, governments interact with citizens, patients, customers and employees

Four companies from New Jersey were named to the annual “GovTech 100” list of companies, which is compiled and published by Government Technology magazine. Released last week, the publication recognizes top companies “focused on, making a difference in and selling to” state and local government agencies across the U.S. Launched in 2016 and updated annually, the list is created by a working group assembled by the magazine’s publisher, including key market experts, government employees and investors.

Florham Park-based Conduent Inc., a global technology-led business solutions and services company, has been named for the third consecutive year to the annual list.

“We take immense pride in our continued recognition on the GovTech 100 list, a testament to the technology solutions and services we consistently deliver to government agencies and their constituents,” Cliff Skelton, Conduent CEO and president, said. “As an industry leader, Conduent remains steadfast in our commitment to advancing the automation and optimization of health care claims administration, delivering social services and government benefits, as well as managing tolling and public transit transactions. This important achievement underscores our ongoing pursuit of excellence and the positive impact we strive to make among those in greatest need.”

Other New Jersey-based firms named to the list include: