MORGANTOWN, W.VA. – The City of Morgantown has partnered with ClearGov, a leading provider of transparency, budgeting and forecasting solutions for local governments, to launch a transparency center.
This new transparency center allows residents to see visual breakdowns of the city’s finances, as well as insights into the city’s demographics and population. To access the city’s ClearGov profile, visit morgantownwv.gov and click on the “Transparency Center” banner.
“As a local government, we are looking forward to creating more transparency between the city and its residents,” said City Manager Paul Brake. “I think it is important that citizens are able to easily access this information and see exactly where the city’s revenue is coming from and how the money is being spent.”
ClearGov allows for the city to share financial data through easy to understand transparency dashboards, which are made available to the public for free.The city’s ClearGov website houses information such as recent financial transactions and the city’s revenue and expenditures, which can be broken down by different departments. Users are also able to view financial information from previous years and compare data.
“We are excited to partner with the City of Morgantown to enhance their transparency efforts and increase engagement with residents,” said Chris Bullock, CEO of ClearGov. “Residents should be proud of the leadership position Morgantown has taken with this project and technology.”
ClearGov is building a community of transparent, data-driven, modern governments. ClearGov drives this mission by offering a suite of solutions for cities, schools and other municipal entities that includes transparency, benchmarking, budgeting and forecasting solutions. ClearGov’s award-winning platform is utilized by hundreds of communities across twenty different states.
The City of Morgantown ClearGov website can be accessed through the city website or by going directly to the city’s ClearGov website at www.cleargov.com/westvirginia/monongalia/city/morgantown.