Netgov.com going to court

Netgov.com Inc., an e-government solutions provider launched last summer,

has acquired Gov24.com Inc., a company that specializes in providing Web-based

services to courts.

Gov24.com will operate as a subsidiary of Netgov from its Cleveland

headquarters, said John Estey, Netgov's executive vice president and general

counsel.

Formerly called Uniscan Inc., Gov24.com provides courts with Web-enabled

services, including imaging, workflow, electronic filing and case management.

It has platforms operating in Allegheny County, Pa., and Cuyahoga County,

Ohio.

Netgov.com offers electronic transactions and payments, improved efficiency

of administrative functions and communication tools to help residents keep

track of and correspond with municipal officials.

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