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OpenGov is a technology company based in Silicon Valley focused on building the most powerful financial intelligence and transparency platform ever created for governments. We are transforming how state and local governments analyze, share and compare their financial data.
To focus on specific data - like a fund, department, expense type, or any combination - use the menu on the left side panel.
The "Broken Down By" drop-down allows you to specify which breakdown you want the graphs and table rows to represent on the graph. You can analyze the expense and revenues data by fund, department, or type.
Yes. Use the Data Filter on the left side panel to make specific selections within the data. The Data Filter shows you the hierarchical relationships of Funds, Departments, and Account Types.
You’ll notice the title of the graph you are viewing on top along with the account type selector. You can use the filter to see the data of most interest to you.
Hover over any area of the graph to see the actual or budgeted amounts for that period. Or, just scroll down to see a table with detailed information under the graph.
In reviewing multiple years of data, you may see "spikes" in the individual years; this can be due to unexpected expenses, such as a hard winter, equipment failure, a capital project, or a specific event that required additional funds. You can drill-down into our OpenGov platform to learn more about where exactly those expenses or revenues are categorized.
Yes, there are Share and Download buttons in the upper right corner. You can share any view on a social network or by email.
There are also options to download the displayed data in.csv spreadsheet and.png image formats. Additionally, you can copy and paste the url at the top of the page you are viewing.
Use the Help menu on the top right corner to navigate to the "Budget 101" primer to learn more about multi-fund accounting.