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GovTribe in the News - InTheCapital

Nate Nash / Aug 21, 2013

Awesome piece by Tess Vandendolder on GovTribe and hōrd published in InTheCapital today. Thanks much for the coverage.

GovTribe in the News - NextGov

Nate Nash / Aug 13, 2013

The fine folks at NextGov were kind enough to cover the recent release of hōrd 2.0. Check it out!.

The fine folks at Data Community DC gave us the honor of guest posting on their blog. If you are interested in meeting fellow data enthusiasts in the DC area, this is the group for you. Check out upcoming events here and join the data revolution!

Announcing hōrd 2.0

Nate Nash / Aug 7, 2013

For those of you keeping score at home, it has indeed been quite a while since last you heard from the GovTribe team. Not to fear, we have been working hard on our latest release: hōrd version 2.0. We could not be more excited with the results and think you will enjoy the improved capabilities. For the skimmers out there, major improvements include the following:

As we discussed a few weeks back, GovTribe and Monitor Deloitte have been working together on a strategy competition of sorts. Check out this post for the full details.

FedScoop reviews hōrd

Nate Nash / Apr 18, 2013

Luke Fretwell at took the time to post an overview of hōrd. We are fans of FedScoop and highly recommend it. And not just because they wrote something about us. :)

As some of you may know, the founders of GovTribe spent a good chunk of their professional lives consulting for Deloitte. In fact, some of our experiences there helped to shape the vision for what GovTribe is today. We keep in frequent contact with our former colleagues as many of them have transitioned into current users of hōrd. Rodrigo Ortiz, a Specialist Leader in Deloitte's Federal Government Practice had this to say about hōrd.

The folks at The Open Data Institute were kind enough to let our CEO ramble a bit on their blog. As you know we are a big fan of open data and ODI is one of the major advocates in this space. Take a look and enjoy!

​Have a look at the (cursory) review of hōrd by Marty Herbert on his Government Contracts Blog. Our favorite line:

We are proud to announce that our 1.1.0 release of hōrd is live in the App Store, filled with 10 years of DOS and MCC data. Additionally, we rolled a few UI tweaks, some performance improvements, and the ever-popular bug fixes. Give it a go an let us know what you think. More agencies coming soon!

GovTribe hōrd featured on

Nate Nash / Mar 8, 2013

The fine folks at published a nice article on hōrd today. Many thanks to them and to Ronald P Barba for penning the piece.


Nate Nash / Feb 28, 2013

​We are young. Well, not really. But we are fired up to be a showcasing startup at Tech Cocktail. If you are planning on attending, stop by and say hello. Free a​pp demos and/or hugs. Your choice.

​We were stoked to find out today that we have been selected for the upcoming DC Tech Cocktail Startup Showcase. The gig is on the 28th of Feb at 1776 and we are all super jazz hands about getting to throw down about hōrd.

Movin' on up the stack

Nate Nash / Feb 14, 2013

A friend of mine passed along an interesting blog post by Chris Dixon - notable internet technologist and entrepreneur. The post is about the process of technological revolution, and how it occurs in cycles of installation and deployment. Within those macro phases are iterations of entrepreneurial activity moving further up the stack as technologies mature and enjoy mass adoption.

Doing more with less

Nate Nash / Feb 12, 2013

Sure...this is a pretty lame, obscure, and generic thought. However, in the increasingly competitive world of government contracting, it is a reality. Whether you're seeing sinking margins because of the competition, the looming sequestration, or a rough patch of lost opportunities, the concept of "less" is staring you dead in the eye. One of the reasons we built hōrd is to help you defiantly stare back.