OPEXUS Names Ryan Trudeau as State and Local Sales Director
DC-based government technology firm welcomes new Director of State and Local Sales to accelerate growth and expansion plans

OPEXUS Named to 2023 GovTech Top 100 List
Government process management software leader celebrates its inaugural year on GovTech 100 following recent rebrand

AINS Rebrands as OPEXUS to Reflect Renewed Focus on Empowering Government Operational Excellence and Community
Company builds on remarkable growth in 2022 with new headquarters in the heart of Washington, D.C.

Introducing OPEXUS. Get government unstuck.
Historically, government technology user experiences are terrible. Our customers got into public service because of their desire to make a positive impact on society and leave a legacy but often find themselves feeling stuck. Red tape, disconnected technology, operational silos, legacy systems, homegrown solutions – they’re all contributors that get in the way of our customers’ focus on building trust in public institutions.

A House Divided: What a Republican Majority Means for Oversight
The ballots are in, the votes have been counted, and it’s official: for the 19th time since 1857, control of the House of Representatives has shifted parties and Republicans are set to rule with a 220-213 majority. Democrats did retain control of the Senate, which means that Congress is once again divided, making any meaningful legislative progress in either direction difficult. Even so, there is still one area where we are expecting to see significant activity coming from Congress and the newly Republican House: oversight.

Meet OPEXUS. Top questions about our new brand.
OPEXUS Culture: Top Questions About Our New Brand
We could not be more excited to announce our rebrand from AINS to OPEXUS. Our new name, look, and feel were all designed to appeal to our customers, government changemakers and operators, who run the critical behind-the-scenes work that keeps government running smoothly.