Leading transatlantic law firm Womble Bond Dickinson represented GovQA, a top provider of public records and compliance workflow government solutions and portfolio company of Frontier Growth, in connection with the sale of GovQA to Granicus, a preeminent provider of cloud-based digital experience solutions for the public sector. The acquisition of GovQA will extend the capabilities of Granicus’ Civic Engagement Platform, helping government officials deliver consistent, unified digital experiences to their communities while automating, streamlining and transforming internal process workflows. 

GovQA has a proven track record of transforming public records management to make government processes simpler, easier and more transparent. To date, they’ve completed millions of information requests for nearly 800 government customers. 

Granicus connects governments with the people they serve by providing the first and only civic engagement platform for the public sector. Over 5,500 government agencies, including 850 state departments, and more than 250 million citizen subscribers power an unmatched Subscriber Network that turns government missions into quantifiable results. 

The multidisciplinary Womble Bond Dickinson team that advised GovQA was led by corporate partners D. Scott Anderson and Patrick Strubbe and included corporate partner Matt Homan, of counsels Reid Avett and Julie Epperly, and associate Jake Rifkin; employee benefits partner Andy Coburn; executive compensation partner Jane Jeffries Jones; labor and employment partner Theresa Sprain; intellectual property partner Mike Tobin; and tax partner Mark Wiley.

Shea & Company acted as financial advisor for GovQA. 

Read more about the acquisition of GovQA by Granicus here.

Read Frontier Growth’s announcement here.