Govos Joins Hands With The Utah Association Of Counties

Govos Joins Hands With The Utah Association Of Counties

Gov CIO Outlook | Wednesday, August 03, 2022

The partnership will strengthen the organization's efforts to give access to materials that promote public participation with their local government in Utah.

FREMONT, CA : "The Utah Association of Counties is dedicated to providing its members with answers to the most challenging questions being asked of local governments today. Short-term rentals sit at the confluence of affordable housing, taxation, and community preservation, and therefore require nuanced solutions that can adapt and accommodate this emerging market. GovOS is at the forefront of STR thought leadership and brings a valuable point-of-view on best practices moving forward." says Bryan Rodgers, Corporate Relations Program Director, Utah Association of Counties.

GovOS, one of the leading providers of digital transformation solutions for local governments, revealed a new partnership with the Utah Association of Counties (UAC). The Utah Arts Council is a statewide nonprofit membership organization that represents all 29 counties in Utah. The group offers a variety of services to assist its members in improving government operations and improving the quality of services provided by Utah counties to citizens.

GovOS has vast experience working with jurisdictions, offering a comprehensive solution that improves engagement between STR owners and local government organizations. The GovOS STR solution is adopted in towns across the United States, including Utah. These jurisdictions are used by the GovOS STR solution to help them achieve their long-term aim of identifying and monitoring short-term rental operators to ensure they follow local legislation.

GovOS actively participates in strategic alliances that help government organizations and those who work for them. The company may provide access to additional resources that complement its STR solution and are specifically created to support city and county initiatives to promote healthy communities by developing relationships with industry experts in the STR ecosystem.

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