OpenGov offers cloud-based software that visualizes municipal financial data, allowing governments to access, analyze, and share that data with the public. OpenGov's software platform allows government officials and average citizens to easily access government financial data. They can chart trends, pull data points, run reports, and see the revenues and expenditures that support municipal services. Increased access connects citizens with senior staff and elected leaders. It improves trust and dialogue between cities and citizens. And better tools save time and improve decision-making by putting critical data at the fingertips of key decision-makers. Applying the latest technologies, OpenGov 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. By building a platform that is easy-to-use, affordable, and powerful, OpenGov is taking "open data" to new heights.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Redwood City, US
Founded
2012
Size (employees)
156 (est)+2%
OpenGov was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US

Key People at OpenGov

Zac Bookman

Zac Bookman

CEO
Nate Levine

Nate Levine

Co-Founder

OpenGov Office Locations

OpenGov has offices in Redwood City, Washington, Portland, Chicago and in 6 other locations
Redwood City, US (HQ)
955 Charter Street
Washington, US
1875 Connecticut Ave NW
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OpenGov Data and Metrics

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OpenGov's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $30 m. In total, OpenGov has raised $81 m

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