Technical.ly: What’s next in the govtech space? Look to data security, this Maryland exec says

When it comes to data collection from the federal government, integration and testing firm Vidoori knows a thing or two.

The 150-person company based in Silver Spring, Maryland was founded in 2015 and got its big start working with none other than the 2020 Census, streamlining systems and testing in data collection. Now, the consulting firm primarily works in integration and testing services, software development and cybersecurity for the federal government.

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