government

Projectmates provides the security, transparency, and accountability that non-civilian agencies need. Gain clarity on all aspects of your construction program in one simple to use software.

Custom registries for regulatory requirements

Escalation Scenarios (TVM & Inflation)

Project request & Ranking Portal

Bond & Grant Management

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Accountability By Design

We understand that government construction projects often fall under a higher level of scrutiny than others. All user activity must be verified, data secured, and access limited. Our state-funded clients love us as these features are designed in Projectmates. We give you clear audit trails, allow custom role based permissions, and version control on all documents. Top-level managers have full transparency on all activity throughout your construction process.

Seamless Capital Planning

From project request to closeout, Projectmates has developed a robust capital planning platform. You’ll have the ability to track and rank all project requests based on any environmental or economic factors necessary. Once you convert a request to a capital project, quickly fund them from any source logged in your system. In one software, you’ll be able to track all project commitments and actuals in real-time over all construction phases.
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Projectmates construction software partners with Texas Department of Information Resources and The Interlocal Purchasing System

DIR & TIPS Partnership

Projectmates partners with the Texas Department of Information Resources (DIR) as well as the The Interlocal Purchasing System (TIPS). Over the years, we’ve learned what a pain it can be for government agencies to make purchases. We wanted to get past some of that red tape for you so it’ll be that much easier to start using Projectmates.

Trusted by government institutions large & small.

Take it from our clients...

“Projectmates’ user interface is intuitive, which has helped the staff get past the initial intimidation often associated with new software.”

Ben H.

Architect / Sr. Project Manager, State of Idaho

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