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Controller's Office Bimonthly Government Barometer

Categorized under Admin & Finance Views: 7625 (Editorial)
Description: The goal of the Government Barometer is to share key performance information with the public in order to increase transparency, create dialog, and build the public's confidence regarding the City's management of public business.

The Government Barometer contains approximately 50 measures of government operations covering the following service areas: Public Safety; Health, Human Services, and Employment; Streets and Public Works; Public Transit; Recreation, Arts, and Culture; Environment, Energy, and Utilities; Permitting and Inspection; and Customer Service.

The Government Barometer is created by the Controller's Office as part of the Citywide Performance Measurement Program. More information on the program and additional performance data can be found on the program's website: www.sfgov.org/controller/performance.

The Government Barometer is a more regularly updated and shorter companion to the performance measurement data contained in the Controller's Office's Annual Year-End Performance Measure Report (FY09: http://co.sfgov.org/webreports/details.aspx?id=978) and the Mayor's Proposed Budget (Budget Book) (FY10: http://www.sfgov.org/site/uploadedfiles/mayor/PolicyFinance/CCSF%20Mayor%20Proposed%20FY2009-2010%20Budget.pdf).
Agency Name: Controller's Office
Time Period: February 2008 - Present
Frequency: Bimonthly
Location of dataset: http://co.sfgov.org/webreports/details.aspx?id=1007
Format: XLS
Location of Data Dictionary: Descriptions on first tab of XLS file
Additional Details: Data is on second tab of XLS file

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