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About Quality and Productivity Commission

 

Due to the current public health crisis and economic uncertainties these last few months,  the Commission made the very difficult decision to 

cancel/postpone the following events and programs:

18th Annual Leadership Conference scheduled for June 10, 2020

34th Annual PQA Luncheon and Ceremony scheduled for October 21, 2020

Thank you and be safe!  We look forward to the day when we can see you again.  😊

 

The Quality and Productivity Office provides central support and coordination through the Executive Office of the Board of Supervisors for the many activities of the Commission.  Jackie T. Guevarra, Executive Director, Laura Perez, Program Manager and Tammy Johnson, Program Support carry out day-to-day operations, coordinate activities, and respond to the requirements and direction of the Commission. They also work with the Countywide Productivity Managers’ Network in carrying out their responsibilities.

 

 


MANAGERS' NETWORK
Find out more about Manager's Network
SPECIAL PROJECTS
Check out Special Projects
COMMISSION MEETINGS
View 2020 Meeting Schedule
department visit committee
find out more about department visit committee
productivity investment fund
learn more about productivity investment fund

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Shared Practices Report

The Shared Practices Report highlights practices used by departments to solve problems, create cost benefits, and provide quality services.

The creative ideas and practices used by one department can serve as a guide for others.
2020 Shared Practices Report

Annual Productivity and Quality Awards Program

The Board of Supervisors, Chief Executive Office, and Quality and Productivity Commission annually honor the hard work and dedication of County employees at the Productivity and Quality Awards luncheon.

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Annual Leadership Conference

The purpose of the Conference is to share critical information about the State of the County, to learn about Countywide initiatives, provide advice, innovative ideas, assistance, and support to the County’s elected officials, managers, and employees to promote the effectiveness, efficiency, and quality of County public services.

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