Productivity Investment Board

The Productivity Investment Fund was established in 1984 with seed money from the Board of Supervisors and the Chief Executive Office.

The Productivity Investment Fund is managed by the Productivity Investment Board. The fund provides resources for departmental projects that will improve productivity, quality, efficiency, or generate revenue. It is intended to underwrite creative programs that cannot be financed through the routine departmental budget process. Funding may be awarded as loans, grants, loan/grant combinations, or joint ventures with the Commission. Loans and joint ventures are repaid to the fund, usually over three years, with a moderate interest charge. The repaid funds are generated from the cost savings, cost avoidance, or increased revenue resulting from the project’s implementation.
Edward McIntyre

Chair: Commissioner Edward McIntyre
Members: Commissioners Will Wright (Vice-Chair), Maxwell Billieon, Viggo Butler, Rodney Gibson, William B. Parent, Jeffrey J. Penichet and Huasha Liu (Alternate),

PIB Advisory Board
Chairs: Susan Linschoten (Auditor-Controller) and Arman Depanian (Children and Family Services)
Members: Erlinda Bernardo (Chief Executive Office), Melissa Tarver (Chief Executive Office), Greg Melendez (Chief Executive Office-Chief Information Office), Molly Gonzalez (Human Resources), Leslie Foxvog (Human Resources), Sonia Fernandez (Internal Services Department), Leticia Perez (Internal Services Department), Hsiao-Ching Chen (Regional Planning), Stephanie Maxberry (Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS)

Productivity Investment Board Charter