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FRAMINGHAM – The City of Framingham, has partnered with OpenGov, a cloud software for government budgeting, community development and financial management – to drive greater efficiency and collaboration for staff members, as well as improve transparency and engagement with the community.

The announcement was made public today, October 22, by the California company.

SOURCE has requested the cost of the contract, and the length of the contract from both the City of Framingham and OpenGov. No response as of noon on Saturday, October 24.

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OpenGov Director Eric DiProspero said, “We are thrilled to add the City of Framingham to our growing list of government partners, and look forward to helping them usher in a new era of technology and innovation to address their challenges. The city’s’ commitment to modernizing operations and improving efficiency is apparent, and we are excited to help them deliver for both residents and employees.”

The City of Framingham joins over a thousand public sector organizations leveraging OpenGov to revolutionize work processes with cloud-based software designed specifically for the needs of government.

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OpenGov will serve the City of Framingham with technology that streamlines the budgeting process, allows for enterprise level resource planning, builds trust with constituents and modernizes reporting capabilities.

OpenGov provides 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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Press release and photo submitted to SOURCE media through its business wire service

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.