About Quality and Productivity Commission
In 1981, the Board of Supervisors (Board) created an advisory committee to lead the way in carrying out a program of productivity improvement for the County of Los Angeles. The committee was formed to provide the Board, the Chief Executive Officer, and County departments with advice, information and recommendations about productivity and work measurements, and to introduce private sector expertise. Today, the Quality and Productivity Commission (Commission) is comprised of professionals with diverse backgrounds and expertise. The Commission focuses on the quality of services provided to the residents of the County, as well as productive delivery of those services. For additional information on the Commission, please click here.
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.
Welcome to the Quality and Productivity Commission
40 Years of Service
(May 12, 1981 - May 12,2021)
Private Sector Leaders, who volunteer to improve County services