The County of Pasco, FL. selects OpenGov to improve efficiency in budgeting and financial planning

United States, California – 10-15-2020 (PRDistribution.com) — The County of Pasco, FL. has partnered with OpenGov – the leader in cloud software for government budgeting and financial management – to drive efficiency for staff, increase accountability for the public, and improve community engagement.

OpenGov Director Eric DiProspero shared, “Having already achieved impressive progress engaging the public with our Transparency software, we are thrilled that Pasco County will now be leveraging modern software to help streamline their budgeting and financial planning processes. It is apparent that the County’s leadership is committed to improving efficiency, transparency, and collaboration, and we are excited to help them deliver for both residents and employees.”Pasco County is one of over a thousand public sector organizations leveraging OpenGov to revolutionize work processes with cloud-based software designed specifically for the needs of government. OpenGov will serve the County with technology that streamlines the budgeting process and aligns budgets to performance outcomes. About OpenGovOpenGov is the leader in providing our nation’s state agencies and local governments with modern cloud software to help power more effective and accountable government.  Built exclusively for the unique budgeting, financial, and community development needs of the public sector, OpenGov solutions help our more than 1,000 customers plan effectively, increase efficiency, and improve engagement through better collaboration and transparency.

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