By Amy Thomas in Government Posted January 31, 2019

Success Story: Roxbury police refresh fleet through financing

The Township of Roxbury Police Department – comprised of patrol, traffic, support services, detective and records divisions – needs a well-maintained fleet of about 30 vehicles customized with specialized equipment so officers can respond to calls and emergencies for the community of 23,000 residents.


By Amy Thomas in Thought Leadership, Government Posted November 30, 2018

Column: To diversify, hire like a tech company

For more than a decade, leaders within Key Equipment Finance—and within the entire equipment finance industry—have been looking for ways to attract younger, more diverse applicants to careers in equipment finance, writes Amy Gross in a recent column in Equipment Leasing & Finance magazine.


By keyblogadmin in Government Posted September 28, 2017

Federal agencies should consider multiyear payment plans for essential technology

By Art Hyman


By keyblogadmin in Government Posted April 3, 2017

Native American infrastructure projects benefit from tax-exempt financing solutions

Tribal governments in the United States need access to capital to fund government buildings, schools, medical facilities and other infrastructure, and tax-exempt financing is one solution that can bring these projects to completion.


By keetonpr in Government Posted August 4, 2016

Municipal equipment financing providers face new opportunities, challenges

A recent article by Key Equipment Finance's Amy Gross explains three main factors driving both the opportunities and challenges associated with state and local government finance.


By keetonpr in Government Posted October 5, 2015

Key's Art Hyman to co-chair fall AGLF conference on homeland security


Art Hyman, senior vice president and manager of federal financing, is co-chairing the 35th Annual AGLF (Association for Governmental Leasing and Finance) Fall Conference Nov. 4-6, 2015, in St. Pete Beach, Fla. Key Government Finance is also a sponsor for the conference, which will focus on homeland security, and will also provide panelists for several discussions.

“Homeland security is an approximately $65 billion a year industry across all governments in the U.S., and it is growing pretty rapidly,” said Hyman, who is co-chairing the conference with Maneesh Jhunjhunwala, vice president of risk for De Lage Landen. “We’ve all heard about major corporate and federal agency hacks and their effect on individual identity and security elements. The government is struggling with how to pay for all of the assets needed to stay on the cutting edge of providing all of that security, and creative financing can provide solutions.”


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