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OpenGov is a cloud solution for public sector budgeting, operational performance, and citizen engagement. The Company has created web applications that visualize, analyze, and share government financial data. Governments of all types and sizes can increase internal productivity and build bridges to their communities. 

HQRedwood City, CA, US
Employee Ratings4.5
Overall CultureA+

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Employees (est.) (Sept 2021)394(+13%)
Job Openings54
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at OpenGov

Katherine August-Dewilde

Katherine August-Dewilde

Board Member
Joe Lonsdale

Joe Lonsdale

Chairman and Co-Founder
Claudia Arriaga

Claudia Arriaga

VP, Business Development and Procurement
Marc Andreessen

Marc Andreessen

Board Member
John Chambers

John Chambers

Board Member
Zac Bookman

Zac Bookman

CEO and Co-Founder
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OpenGov Office Locations

OpenGov has offices in Redwood City, Boston, Chicago, Grapevine and in 2 other locations
Redwood City, CA, US (HQ)
955 Charter St
Boston, MA, US
320 Congress St 5th floor
Chicago, IL, US
318 W Adams St #300BChicago
Grapevine, TX, US
1090 Texan Trail
Los Angeles, CA, US
555 W 5th St 35th Floor
Portland, OR, US
811 SW 6th Ave #1000
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OpenGov Financials and Metrics

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OpenGov total Funding

$128 m

OpenGov latest funding size

$51 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

OpenGov investors

OpenGov's latest funding round in September 2019 was reported to be $51 m. In total, OpenGov has raised $128 m
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OpenGov Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019

Governmental Customers

2 k
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OpenGov Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
ViewPointSeptember 05, 2019

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OpenGov News and Updates

City of Tampa, Florida Unveils Online Budget Book and Performance Metrics Built with OpenGov

REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Aug. 6, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Tampa, FL, has successfully published an online budget book and aggregate performance metrics for the public using OpenGov Budgeting & Planning. "OpenGov enables greater clarity and collaboration, and it helps me communicate...

Crook County, Oregon, Goes Live with OpenGov Budgeting & Planning

SAN JOSE, Calif., June 29, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Crook County, OR, has successfully gone live on OpenGov Budgeting & Planning. The County is now using OpenGov to build and share its budget, and manage workforce planning and forecasting. Additionally, residents can now explore and interact...

City of Scranton, Pennsylvania, Set to Modernize Government Operations with Move to OpenGov ERP Cloud

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The City of Scranton, PA, has partnered with OpenGov, the leader in modern cloud ERP software for our nation's cities, counties, and state agencies. The OpenGov ERP Cloud powers the day-to-day and end-to-end strategic financial,...

Silicon Valley Software Company OpenGov Expands Operations to Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE, April 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Silicon Valley software company OpenGov, the leader in modern cloud ERP software for our nation's cities, counties and state agencies, has expanded its operations to include Milwaukee, marking the company's sixth office location and second in the...

OpenGov acquires ViewPoint Cloud, adding building codes and permitting to its platform

In the same week that it announced a $51 million round of funding, OpenGov — the startup that provides SaaS software designed to help governments and other civic organizations run their operations — is announcing an acquisition to expand the kinds of tools it provides to customers. The company has a…

VC-backed OpenGov buys ViewPoint

OpenGov said Sept. 5 that it acquired ViewPoint. Financial terms weren’t announced. ViewPoint provides multi-tenant SaaS software for permitting, licensing, and code enforcement operations. OpenGov is backed by venture capital firms including Andreessen Horowitz, 8VC, JC2 Ventures, Emerson Collectiv…
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OpenGov Blogs

Why I’m Riding

I’ve wanted to embark on this journey for a long time. With all that’s happened over the last year and a half, now felt like a good time to get out of the daily grind and focus on gaining perspective from our customers and those in local government. Less than two weeks into a nearly […] The post Why…

OpenGov Across America

  See the Route   Overview OpenGov CEO Zac Bookman has set out on a nearly 4,000-mile, cross-country bike tour across nine states to thank, meet with, and hear directly from town, city, and county leaders about how their governments have evolved to address the urgent needs of their communities in th…

Put ARPA Funds to Work Today

The ARPA established the Coronavirus State Fiscal Recovery Fund and Coronavirus Local Fiscal Recovery Fund, which together make up the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (“SLFRF”) program. The two funds have similar but slightly varied provisions. The law’s text, the Interim Final Reg…

American Rescue Plan Act: Invest in Resilient Infrastructure

Our posts have covered the American Rescue Plan Act, focusing on the State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (SLFRF). We delved into strategic planning, best practices, allowable uses, reporting, and accounting. We suggested a concrete course of action. In this blog post, we want to conclude the serie…

American Rescue Plan Act: SLFRF Reports

We started this discussion with the premise that ARPA’s complexities are manageable, while the benefits are substantial, and the risks are controllable. We recommended local governments consider taking these six concrete steps: Take the money. Yes, it has federal strings, but it is once-in-a-generat…

The $1.9 Trillion American Rescue Plan Act: Take the Money

We have all heard about the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). By now, many counties and cities have received their initial round of funding. Many of us have joined conference calls with White House staff and attended webinars from all our professional associations.  As the VP of Government Finance fo…

OpenGov Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was OpenGov founded?

    OpenGov was founded in 2012.

  • Who are OpenGov key executives?

    OpenGov's key executives are Katherine August-Dewilde, Joe Lonsdale and Claudia Arriaga.

  • How many employees does OpenGov have?

    OpenGov has 394 employees.

  • Who are OpenGov competitors?

    Competitors of OpenGov include Granicus, CivicPlus and Sismo.

  • Where is OpenGov headquarters?

    OpenGov headquarters is located at 955 Charter St, Redwood City.

  • Where are OpenGov offices?

    OpenGov has offices in Redwood City, Boston, Chicago, Grapevine and in 2 other locations.

  • How many offices does OpenGov have?

    OpenGov has 6 offices.