Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components
Company Overview of Hart InterCivic, Inc.
Hart InterCivic, Inc. provides election management, voting systems, and support for helping state and local governments to conduct secure, accurate, and reliable elections in the United States. It offers electronic poll books, hardware, and software; and election services, including professional, consultation and training, ballot production, and preventative maintenance. The company was formerly known as Hart Information Services, Inc. and changed its name to Hart InterCivic, Inc. in 2000. Hart InterCivic, Inc. was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.
15500 Wells Port Drive
Austin, TX 78728
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for Hart InterCivic, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Hart InterCivic, Inc. Key Developments
Hart InterCivic Inc. Wins Virginia Contract for Jurisdictions Statewide to Purchase Verity Voting System
May 21 14
Hart InterCivic Inc. announced that the Commonwealth of Virginia has awarded a statewide contract to the company for its Verity voting system. Verity is the more advanced voting system that uses advanced technology to boldly integrate usability, adaptability and transparency. The state contract allows all jurisdictions in the Commonwealth the opportunity to purchase the Verity system at pre-negotiated competitive pricing and terms.
Julie Mathis Joins Hart InterCivic as Chief Financial Officer
Apr 7 14
Hart InterCivic hired Julie Mathis to be its Chief Financial Officer. Julie is highly accomplished in progressive finance leadership, most recently serving as Vice President of Finance at Dell. As CFO, Mathis will oversee the controller, finance, human resources, information systems and analytic functions. Mathis joins Hart with over 20 years' experience in a multitude of executive positions, supporting sales, operations, and corporate functions while based in the United States, Europe and Asia. Previously, she held positions at Arthur Andersen and at Century Telephone Company.
Cherokee Nation Election Commission Selects Hart InterCivic as its Vendor
Feb 11 14
Hart InterCivic announced the Cherokee Nation's purchase of the Hart Voting System. The Cherokee Nation Election Commission unanimously voted to contract with Hart as their vendor in the hope of running their own independent elections by 2015. The deal is valued at over $200,000. The Election Commission had hired outside vendors to run and support their elections lifecycle in years past. After consideration the commission found that purchasing their own election equipment would be a more viable long-term investment for the future.
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