EzGov Founder Dies in Fire

EzGov Founder Dies in Fire

Bryan Mundy, a cofounder and chairman of EzGov Inc., died Jan. 15 in a fire at his Atlanta home.

The fire was not detected because of a faulty smoke alarm the Atlanta Journal and Constitution reported Jan. 16.

The newspaper said that Mundy, 36, and a female companion died of smoke inhalation as flames shot through Mundy's single-story white brick house in midtown Atlanta just before 5 a.m.

The identity of the woman was not released pending notification of her relatives. Investigators do not believe foul play was involved, the paper reported.

Atlanta-based EzGov is an Internet company that provides software to government agencies. The software is used to bring services online that previously were handled through the mail or in person.

Ezgov has 65 customers and about 150 employees.

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William Welsh is a freelance writer covering IT and defense technology.

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