The Accelerated Shift to Cloud Software in Local Government
Recorded On: 06/25/2020
The current crisis is causing governments to re-think how they budget, plan, enable development, secure revenue streams, serve residents, and manage the day-to-day finances of the city. Even with reopening, many of the ways governments serve their communities will be forever changed. New fiscal realities raise the importance of strategic budgeting that connects financial information across functions to help local governments make smarter short-term tradeoffs and build and communicate long-term plans.
In order to meet these needs, governments need to go digital with modern strategies, processes, and technology.
So, how are governments going digital and what are their strategies?
Join Ken Fritz, an innovator and the County Administrator at Winona County, MN, as he talks about how to get started, where they are, and where they are going with the strategic and digital transformation they are undertaking in Winona County.
- Mark Welch, OpenGov Host (former Finance Director at City of Ashland, OR)
- Ken Fritz, County Administrator at Winona County, MN
This webinar is complimentary thanks to the sponsorship of an ICMA Strategic Partner who will have access to registration information.
County Administrator, Winona County, MN
Ken has over 32 years of local government experience. He currently serves as the County Administrator for Winona County in Minnesota after spending over 28 years in Schaumburg, Illinois. He holds both an MPA and MBA in Public Administration and B.A. in Political Science from Northern Illinois University.
Solutions Engineer, OpenGov
Mark has over a decade of public sector experience. Mark formerly worked as the Administrative Services and Finance Director at the City of Ashland, Oregon where he oversaw a $150 million annual budget. He currently works as a Solutions Engineer at OpenGov, the leader in cloud solutions for government.