PwC Forms Alliance with EzGov

In an effort to help make government services more accessible to Internet users, PricewaterhouseCoopers has formed an alliance with the technology firm EzGov. The two will work together to jointly provide consulting services to federal, state, and local governments.

EzGov brings its Flex Foundation and StateSuite software products to the table while PricewaterhouseCoopers will provide consulting services in the areas of process improvement, customer relationship management, strategic change and technology services.

The end result is that government agencies will better be able to provide online services such as driver's license renewal, vehicle registration, tax payments, payments of tickets and other bills, and registrations for permits and business filings.

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