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DPW Construction Projects Certified Payroll Reports (CPR) DPW Construction Projects Certified Payroll Reports (CPR) Administration and Finance
Vendor Payments Vendor Payments Administration and Finance
This web site allows you to view and search for a summary of how much the city has paid to the vendors it does business with in the current fiscal year as well as two previous fiscal years. (The City's fiscal year runs from July 1 to June 30.) This site also shows summaries of payments in process (requested, but not yet paid) and balances of existing purchase orders and other encumbrance documents. Revenue refunds, welfare, employee, and attorney-client privileged payments are not included. Reports or search results can be downloaded to Excel or CSV files
Controller's Office Bimonthly Government Barometer Controller's Office Bimonthly Government Barometer Administration and Finance
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. <br /> <br />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).
San Francisco Absent Heirs San Francisco Absent Heirs Administration and Finance
Missing heirs funds held on deposit with the City and County of San Francisco Treasurer. Monies deposited with the Treasurer's Office of the City and County of San Francisco by the Public Administrator or any other representative of an estate, for which no heirs or beneficiaries can be located. If you have a valid claim for any of the Missing Heirs Funds listed above, submit a certified copy of the court order for distribution of the estate to the following address: City & County of San Francisco Treasurer’s Office Attn: Treasury Accounting, Absent Heirs Section #1 Dr. Carlton Goodlett Place City Hall, Room 140 San Francisco, CA 94102 Tel. 415-554-4480 If the funds remain unclaimed within one year of the deposit with the County Treasurer, the fund will be transferred to the California State Controller’s Office along with its semi-annual report of Estates of Deceased Persons’ Report of Cash and Personal Property, Absent Heirs or Claimants.
Quarterly Government Barometer Measures and Data Quarterly Government Barometer Measures and Data Administration and Finance
The purpose of the quarterly Government Barometer is to share key performance and activity information with the public. To do this the Office of the Controller’s Citywide Performance Measurement Team collects performance data from City departments. Data is collected on a quarterly basis in order to increase transparency, create dialogue, and build the public’s confidence regarding the City’s management of public business. Measures are listed according to major service areas, such as public safety, health and human services, streets and public works, public transit, recreation, environment, and customer service. A PDF quarterly summary is downloadable on the Controller's Office website. This website offers interactive data visualizations of the same measures included in the PDF document.
Chapters of the City Code of Laws of the City and County of San Francisco Chapters of the City Code of Laws of the City and County of San Francisco Administration and Finance
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