Internal Reporting Tips & Tricks for
Cities & Counties


Watch this video on internal reporting to learn tips and tricks on enhancing reporting from some of our most successful customers. Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and McKinney, Texas have used OpenGov within their organizations for everything from budget to actual reporting, to turnover rates by department. Learn how you can reboot and refresh your internal reporting processes from Trevor from McKinney and Mario from Allegheny County as they demonstrate their OpenGov best practices.

Don't miss this webinar if you:

  • Want to improve engagement with managers, elected officials, and your staff members
  • Want to speed-up research & reporting across your organization
  • Want to hear more about how other cities and counties are using OpenGov for internal reporting

  • Trevor Minyard

    Trevor joined the City of McKinney as financial analyst in October 2013. Prior to joining the City of McKinney, Trevor worked in the financial affairs division of Dallas Baptist University (DBU) where he served as the assistant director of accounts receivable, and also managed various state and federal financial aid programs. Trevor has a MBA in finance and a BBA in management from DBU, and is currently pursuing his MPA from Texas Tech University. In August 2015 Trevor earned the Certified Government Finance Officer designation through GFOAT.

  • Mario Rudolph

    Mario is the JD Edwards Analyst for Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He is originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013 with a Bachelor’s in Accounting.

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