The City of Granbury is now partnering with OpenGov, the leader in government performance management, to further increase its effectiveness and accountability, and earn greater public trust.
OpenGov, which can be accessed at www.granbury.org/opengov is an online financial platform that updates daily with the City’s financial information. Granbury’s citizens, Councilmembers, staff, and customers can all go online 24/7 from any device and see where tax dollars are being spent. This tool is interactive to allow users to see both a broad view and drill down for greater detail in the areas that affect them.
The OpenGov Smart Government Cloud™ is an easy-to-use, cloud-based solution for budgeting and planning, reporting, and operational performance and open data. The City is using OpenGov to track progress against its goals, make more informed decisions, and drive better outcomes.
The City will also be using this tool for their budget process to better collaborate across all departments and better communicate budget changes with administration during the entire process.
“Whether it’s spending a couple bucks on office supplies or spending millions on infrastructure improvements, the City of Granbury now has the insights it needs to better manage its budget.” said OpenGov CEO Zac Bookman.
The City of Granbury joins over 1,600 city, county and state governments, special districts and schools across the nation on the OpenGov network. Other local cities like Hudson Oaks, Burleson, and McKinney also offer the OpenGov platform to its citizens for financial transparency and accountability.
OpenGov can be accessed at www.granbury.org/opengov. Any additional questions about Granbury’s use of OpenGov can be directed to the City of Granbury Finance Director, Eva Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org.