Little Falls Council approves purchase of budgeting software at cost of $17,000 a year
Sunday, June 23, 2019
New software purchased by the city of Little Falls for creating its annual budget will cost $17,620 a year.
This will be about a $6,000 increase from what the city currently spends on the OpenGov software.
The city has been using the company’s transparency and reporting tools since 2016 and they have been useful, City Administrator Jon Radermacher said.
The current contract ends this year and he recommended the Council approve a new four-year agreement, including a new budget building tool.
The new software would allow department heads to edit their budget requests up until they are due, rather than filling out paper worksheets, Radermacher said.
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