Tyler Technologies Named Apparent Winner with IasWorld CAMA System

MassIT along with the procurement committee has selected Tyler Technologies, with its IasWorld software, as the apparent winner in the RFQ process for a new CAMA system for CSC communities.

We are thrilled by this announcement, as Tyler is one of the leading assessment software vendors in the world, and provides a native cloud system with the most advanced and forward looking solution on the market today.  Reports from current users in Massachusetts are highly favorable.

Tyler has been a successful vendor in Massachusetts and New England for decades. This is a relatively new system which replaces their older IASUniverse.

Details will be provided to members at the annual meeting on October 13th.

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New LA4 Report Available

The DOR has updated the requirements for the LA4 Report.  The new report is now available for all CSC communities.  If you have a local installation (e.g. Oracle) you can get the file here: LA4 LINK If you need help with the install, contact DLS support and they will be happy to assist you. All […]

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2017 Annual Meeting Set Oct 13, 2016

Save the date for this important meeting! CSC Annual Meeting Thursday, Oct 13, 2016 9:30 AM Refreshments 10:00 AM Meeting Begins 11:45 AM  Meeting Likely to Adjourn Publick House, Sturbridge

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Mass IT Releases RFQ for State CAMA System

CAMA System Bid Process As mentioned in previous updates, the state is moving forward on its commitment to replace the current CSC/State CAMA system.  MassIT is taking the lead in this process, having received a $500,000 capital allocation for this purpose.  

The state procurement process is a bit different from municipal procurement, and can be a much […]

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Stonewall Solutions Selected for Support Services

On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are delighted to announce that Stonewall Solutions Inc. has been selected to provide support services in response to the RFP procurement process. The decision was very challenging, and the board really appreciated the members’ participation in this process. Your collective feedback helped tremendously. All three vendors presented […]

FY 2017 Dues set

The dues for FY 2017 have been set. Details here:  FY 2017 Dues

RFP – Support Services

The Community Software Consortium (CSC) is soliciting Proposals for the acquisition of Software Support Services for its suite of Municipal Software. A software support service should be able to carry out tasks such as: remote trouble shooting and software conflict solving, installation and basic usability assistance, as well as supplying updates and patches for bugs […]

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2017 Membership Dues Now Payable

The 2017 Membership dues are now ready for members. Annual Dues for FY 2017The Community Software Consortium (CSC) consists of multiple membership tiers. Each community member belongs to the General Membership Tier and additionally can belong to one or more tiers. Dues Assessments are determined annually by vote of the members of each tier. Beginning in […]

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Non Profit Status

The Community Software Consortium is officially a non-profit.  We’ve received our IRS letter as well as tax exempt certification from the State of Massachusetts!

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Remote IT program now open to more communities

Funded by the Commonwealth’s Community Innovation Challenge grant program, the CSC is offering remote cloud-based backup of all your town’s critical data. Having successfully setup our first 10 communities, we are now able to open the program up to additional communities until we have reached our funding cap. Communities need to sign up by Oct […]