Lowenstein Sandler represented Northzone as lead investor in the $10 million Series A round in GovDash, the AI-powered platform transforming the way federal contractors manage their business development processes. Other participants included Y Combinator and select angel investors, including GovDash customers.

With this new funding, GovDash will accelerate product development, expanding its platform to include additional modules for proposal writing, contract search, and management. The company will also grow its customer support teams globally to serve larger customers in the US.

Founded in 2023, GovDash addresses a critical pain point in the federal contracting space: the time-consuming and tedious process of responding to government solicitations. By leveraging AI to automate the proposal process, GovDash enables contractors to create high-quality responses quickly, increasing their win rates and overall revenue. The platform goes beyond proposal writing, offering a suite of tools that seamlessly integrates with contractors’ existing workflows, including a deep integration with Microsoft Word.

Northzone is a multi-stage venture capital fund partnering with founders from seed to growth across Europe and the U.S.

The Lowenstein team included Carl J. Hessler, Ed Zimmerman, Sara Uz, and Spencer Kau.