Mayor Garcetti stresses innovation, accountability in yearly review of General Managers
Mayor Eric Garcetti this week concluded his annual review and interviews with all of the City’s general managers as part of his “back to basics” agenda of bringing common sense reforms, improved city services and greater accountability to City Hall.
During the review process, Mayor Garcetti met with each general manager to assess departments’ performance over the previous year — and outline a vision for how each department will meet new challenges and achieve greater success in the months and years ahead.
“My administration is focused on solving problems, delivering better services and building a city for the future,” said Mayor Garcetti. “My annual review of each department measures our city’s progress in meeting our goals, and ensures that all of us in city government remain accountable for delivering results.”
Mayor Garcetti required each general manager to reapply for his or her job upon taking office in 2013, and established the process of annual general manager reviews. Prior reviews have resulted in several advances in coordinated service delivery and transparency, including:
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