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Enlightening and entertaining, the Tyler Tech Podcast explores timely, complex issues facing communities and the public sector.

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Enlightening and entertaining, the Tyler Tech Podcast explores timely, complex issues facing communities and the public sector.

    5 Stories You May Have Missed in 2021 with Meredith Trimble

    5 Stories You May Have Missed in 2021 with Meredith Trimble

    With 2021 quickly coming to an end, we wanted to surface some very important stories you may have missed. Meredith Trimble, Manager of Editorial Content for Tyler Technologies, joins me with a carefully curated list of five powerful stories from 2021 we can all learn from. You'll love the variety and practical application these stories provide.

    • 30 min
    How Missouri Handles Medical Marijuana Licensing

    How Missouri Handles Medical Marijuana Licensing

    What happens when citizens of a state not only put the use of medical marijuana on the ballot, but also pass it in somewhat surprising fashion? Well, that’s exactly what happened in the state of Missouri a couple of years ago.

    What are the licensing and regulatory implications? Who needs to be involved and what are the steps forward to best serve the citizens of the state? In this episode, we learn exactly what happened from the person who figured all that out.

    Amy Moore is the Deputy Director and Counsel for the Medical Marijuana Regulatory Program at the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services. She joined the program at its inception in December 2018.

    And to speak with Amy on this topic, we have the perfect person here at Tyler, Alex Valvassori. Alex is the General Manager for Cannabis Licensing at Tyler Technologies. He has worked in the cannabis industry since 2014, serving as Chief Compliance Officer for a variety of cannabis businesses.

    • 33 min
    The Latest On Staying Cyber Diligent at Home

    The Latest On Staying Cyber Diligent at Home

    October is Cybersecurity Awareness month, but being cyber aware is something we must be every day. Cybersecurity subject matter expert Max Greene is back to give us the latest on the threat environment, plus give us the latest tips on remaining cyber diligent at home and on all of our devices. Do I really need a strong password? What about two-factor authentication? Did I really win a $100 gift card like the text I just received indicates? Find out on Episode 39 of the Tyler Tech Podcast.

    • 23 min
    School Transportation Series: Medicaid for K12 Transportation Services

    School Transportation Series: Medicaid for K12 Transportation Services

    This episode is part of our series on school transportation and today we are talking specifically about Medicaid and Medicaid reimbursements for K-12 transportation services. Kim Rentner, our School Transportation subject matter expert here at Tyler, speaks with Casey Gayer.

    Casey currently oversees Medicaid and special education program operations for Frontline Education’s partner districts nationwide. She received a BA in International Relations from UC Davis, with a focus on public policy. Casey's experience spans hundreds of districts across the country, making her a subject matter expert in both Medicaid and special education program rules and regulations. She also has experience working for a grants research firm, where she previously led a team of analysts that researched and published articles on Federal, State and foundation RFPs and congressional legislation that impacted local government funding.

    • 22 min
    Benefits of the Cloud in the Public Sector

    Benefits of the Cloud in the Public Sector

    "Cloud" or "the Cloud" are popular buzz words, but what do they really mean, and how are they helpful for the public sector? Russell Gainford, Vice President of Cloud Strategy and Operations for Tyler Technologies joins the podcast to help us understand what the cloud is, and what problem it is helping solve for local, state, and federal government agencies.

    Russell uses a great analogy to help us understand the benefits of the cloud, and helps us understand why it is important to move clients to the cloud on a timeline that works best for their individual situation. He also tackles topics like cybersecurity and cloud best practices during this very informative episode.

    • 25 min
    Connecticut’s Data-Driven Approach to Back to School

    Connecticut’s Data-Driven Approach to Back to School

    Pauline Zaldonis, a key member of the Connecticut Open Data team, joins guest host Beth Amann to discuss data-driven work in the state of Connecticut. 

    We cover the basics of the Connecticut Open Data Portal and the success of cross-agency partnerships in the state to empower residents with the information they need. The School Learning Model Indicators Dashboard and data surrounding COVID-19 have increased attention on the Open Data Portal, and Pauline shares how the team is thinking about resident engagement– especially as we head back to school for the 2021-2022 school year. 

    • 28 min

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