Leading public sector solution providers collaborate to enhance cost recovery services.
HdL Companies (HdL), a leader of auditing, operations and revenue solutions for public agencies, announced that it has partnered with eCivis, the most widely-used SaaS-based grants management solution for state, local and tribal governments. eCivis is a subsidiary of GTY Technology Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq:GTYH) (“GTY”), a leading provider of SaaS/Cloud solutions for the public sector.
“HdL understands the power of collaboration and mutual support in advancing our mission to provide greater financial insights to our municipal partners,'' said Andrew Nickerson, President/CEO of HdL Companies. “The services eCivis provides are a great fit for our clients’ needs and helps us add more value to local communities. Together, we will offer robust solutions that pave the way for greater transparency and efficiency, while also maximizing funding sources for the communities we serve.”
eCivis and HdL will draw on their extensive public sector experience to help local governments obtain additional federal funding for the communities they serve. Through this relationship, HdL will be responsible for project management and initial data collection, and eCivis will leverage its expertise in accurately calculating and negotiating indirect costs to source additional revenue from federal programs.
“Governments are under enormous pressure to deliver constituent services quickly and efficiently during an ongoing period of intense budget uncertainty, and eCivis is uniquely suited to provide turnkey solutions that help tackle these complex challenges,” said James Ha, CEO of eCivis. “HdL shares our passion for local government, and this relationship will bring tremendous value to our customers and the communities they serve. We look forward to the expected expansion of our services through HdL and hope to see our complementary services enable success for more state and local governments in the future.”
Learn more about HdL's new service: Indirect Cost Recovery