1. Ed Harrington: A Lifetime of Service

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    The 32nd annual Good Government Awards, held March 19, 2012, honored Ed Harrington with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his service to the City and County of San Francisco. spur.org/ggawards

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    • Lea Militello: Taming the Streets of San Francisco

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      SPUR’s 33rd annual Good Government Awards, held March 19, 2013, honored City of San Francisco employees and teams who have performed exceptionally, becoming models for other agencies and cities around the country. Lea Militello was honored for her leadership in building a security plan for San Francisco streets, especially during public events. Her accomplishments over the October 2012 “busiest weekend in San Francisco” — when more than 1 million people converged to stress the city’s street infrastructure— exemplify her ingenuity and creativity. spur.org/ggawards

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      • Jaime Flores-Lovo: Modernizing SF Public Works

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        SPUR’s 33rd annual Good Government Awards, held March 19, 2013, honored City of San Francisco employees and teams who have performed exceptionally, becoming models for other agencies and cities around the country. Jaime Flores-Lovo was honored for his vision and leadership in the development of enterprise-level technology projects for the Department of Public Works. His team’s software applications automated the department’s contracts, saving $17 million. spur.org/ggawards

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        • Michelle Ruggels: Helping San Franciscans Get Health Care Funding

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          SPUR’s 33rd annual Good Government Awards, held March 19, 2013, honored City of San Francisco employees and teams who have performed exceptionally, becoming models for other agencies and cities around the country. Michelle Ruggels was honored for her leadership in overseeing $490 million in annual contracts to 200 community-based organizations that provide community health services to San Franciscans. Her efforts will save the city $550,000 in fiscal year 2014 alone.
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          • Crime Data Warehouse Team: Making SF Safer

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            SPUR’s 33rd annual Good Government Awards, held March 19, 2013, honored City of San Francisco employees and teams who have performed exceptionally, becoming models for other agencies and cities around the country. The Crime Data Warehouse Team — Susan Giffin, Rodrigo Castillo, Alan Honniball and Leo Solomon — was honored for building a web-based searchable database of criminal reports that police officers can access on the ground. This key transition for the SF Police Department resulted in a real-time search engine to help combat crime- and terrorism-related incidents. spur.org/ggawards

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            • Ted Egan: Fixing the Business Tax

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              SPUR’s 33rd annual Good Government Awards, held March 19, 2013, honored City of San Francisco employees and teams who have performed exceptionally, becoming models for other agencies and cities around the country. Ted Egan was a key player in the effort to reform the payroll tax system in San Francisco. His work culminated in Proposition E, the fall 2012 ballot measure that created a tiered gross receipts tax. spur.org/ggawards

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