OpenGov is a Silicon Valley technology company that offers cloud-based software for public sector budgeting, reporting, communications, and performance, powering more effective and accountable governments.
OpenGov is the only integrated budgeting, performance, communications, and reporting solution for the public sector.
OpenGov was founded in 2012 by Zac Bookman, Joe Lonsdale, Dakin Sloss, & Nate Levine. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, CA, with additional offices in San Francisco, CA; Portland, OR; Chicago, IL; and New York, NY.
OpenGov’s integrated online solution aggregates and synchronizes financial and non-financial data. OpenGov budgeting and performance streamlines and transforms the budget process from the initial stages of strategic planning and personnel forecasting on through final publication while enabling collaboration throughout.
OpenGov has developed an easy-to-use, integrated Smart Government Cloud™ that features robust solutions for Budgeting, Operational Performance, and Citizen Engagement. They help government agencies of all sizes (including cities, counties, special districts, states, and schools) streamline their budget-building processes; track their progress; and share information with their communities, and collect their feedback.
As of April 2019, OpenGov serves over 2000 government agencies across the U.S. (including Richmond, VA; the State Treasurer of Ohio; the California Health and Human Services Agency; and the State of West Virginia) use OpenGov.
OpenGov is backed by investors including Andreessen Horowitz, 8VC, Founder Collective, Valiant Capital, Thrive Capital, & Emerson Collective among others. The company raised $51M in its latest funding of a "Series D" round on Sep 2, 2019. This brings OpenGov's total funding to $128M to-date.
OpenGov has acquired Ontodia & Peak Democracy of Berkeley, as well as made a $6.9M investments in Flexport on Apr 1, 2014.