In the wake of the release of a preliminary report about the recent public corruption scandal in San Francisco, Supervisor Matt Haney announced he will introduce an anti-corruption legislative package that aims to close loopholes that were used by the involved city officials.
On Monday, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera and City Controller Ben Rosenfield released a preliminary assessment report on contracts with the city’s Department of Public Works, recommending ways the agency can improve transparency and strengthen oversight and accountability.
The assessment found procedures and polices related to the city’s contracting process could be strengthened to cut fraud and abuse.
According to Haney, his legislative package will come in a series of ordinances that addresses loopholes in the contracting process.
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