Dallas Morning News: Dig into city finances in your bathrobe: McKinney has a new online tool

The Dallas Morning News reports on The City of McKinney’s recent launch of their OpenGov platform. According to the article:

Rodney Rhoades, McKinney’s chief financial officer, said this tool not only opens the books to the public but also saves time for his staff. The platform, created by California-based startup called OpenGov, uses data pulled directly from the city’s general ledger. Monthly reports that would take city staff up to 10 days to compile can now be done in a day, Rhoades said.

“This is one of the most exciting things that our finance department has done,” he said.

Check out the full article, including helpful videos, in the Dallas Morning News.

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