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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.

2016 Shared Practices Report



29th Annual Productivity and Quality Awards Program

October 21, 2015

29th Annual PQA Home



14th Annual Leadership Conference

“Connectivity to Productivity”

May 26, 2016

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Quality Matters e-News - A newsletter supporting managers and employees in promoting the effectiveness, efficiency, and quality of County public service.  Published by the County of Los Angeles Quality and Productivity Commission. 

Quality Matters eNews – December, 2015



The Quality and Productivity Commission was proud to publish a history of the Commission, “County of Los Angeles Quality and Productivity Commission – 30th Anniversary.”

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On June 9, 2015, Supervisor Sheila Kuehl introduced a motion, co-authored by Supervisor Michael Antonovich, Mayor, which directed the Quality and Productivity Commission to examine the various types of software and information technology solutions available to the County.

The Board Motion specifically instructed the Commission “to report back with recommendations on how the County can more widely utilize free and low-cost commercial software; and information technology infrastructure services across multiple platforms, particularly high-definition video broadcasting and secure videoconferencing.”

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The Commission gathered together in February 2011 for a day-long Strategic Planning Retreat. They identified directions and goals that the Commission will implement in the future. After careful review, the Commission adopted the 2011-2015 Quality and Productivity Commission Strategic Plan.