NEOGOV Announces First Federal Customer

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Administrative Office of the United States Courts Chooses NEOGOV Insight Recruiting and Applicant Tracking System to Automate Processes, Drive Efficiency

NEOGOV, the market and technology leader in on-demand human capital management for the public sector, today announced that Administrative Office of the United States Courts (AO) has selected NEOGOV Insight Recruiting and Applicant Tracking System to automate its human capital management processes and increase efficiency. This new customer agreement heralds the Company’s entry into the Federal marketplace.

Created in 1939, the AO serves as the central support entity for the Judicial Branch. The agency's lawyers, public administrators, accountants, systems engineers, analysts, architects, statisticians, and other staff provide a long list of professional services to meet the needs of judges and the more than 32,000 Judiciary employees working in more than 800 locations nationwide. It provides a wide range of administrative, legal, financial, management, program, and information technology services to the Federal courts.

"We are thrilled to be working with Administrative Office of the United States Courts. This first foray into the Federal market is a significant moment for NEOGOV, but also one for Federal agencies. They increasingly understand how employee recruitment and selection fits with larger organizational goals. Optimizing the hiring process makes it faster and easier to hire the employees that are critical to an agency achieving its mission,” said NEOGOV CEO Damir Davidovic. "Our recruiting and applicant tracking technology enables agencies to focus on developing value added relationships with their departments and citizens, building the agency’s image and increasing customer satisfaction while maximizing the return on investment of public funds."

The AO selected NEOGOV due to its wealth of experience in the public sector and proven ROI through the software-as-a-service delivery model. Just as the AO chose Insight Recruiting and Applicant Tracking System to transform its human capital management processes, NEOGOV expects a rapid increase in adoption and expansion of its presence in the Federal space.

In part, this growth will be fueled by the new Federal hiring and recruitment standards mandated in the recent Presidential Memorandum. The Memorandum, addressed to the heads of all Federal executive departments and agencies, is aimed at improving the efficiency and speed of the Federal recruitment and hiring processes to attract the most talented, high-quality candidates to careers in the civilian workforce. The directives, which must be implemented by November 1st, 2010, will eliminate essay-style questions on applications, allow the submission of resumes and cover letters and abolish the “rule of 3” approach in favor of “category rating.” All NEOGOV products, including Insight Recruiting and Applicant Tracking System, Test Management System and Performance Evaluations, meet the new Federal requirements out-of-the-box.

NEOGOV is the market and technology leader in on-demand human capital management applications for the public sector. NEOGOV's suite of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) HR applications allows government agencies to automate the entire hiring and workforce management lifecycle, from recruiting and testing through on-boarding and performance management. Customers can also take advantage of NEOGOV's top-notch customer service, training, and best practice offerings. NEOGOV customers are counted among the most prominent and progressive public sector agencies, including 14 state governments and 35 of the top 100 cities and counties. To date, more than 600 agencies, states, cities and counties, colleges and universities, k-12 school districts, airports, courts, public safety, and transportation authorities, across the United States have adopted NEOGOV’s secure, scalable on-demand infrastructure. For more information, please visit


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