City Analysts Want to Target Healthy SF, Pay Bonuses, Golf in New Round of Audits

How healthy is Healthy San Francisco?

Officials in the office of the Board of Supervisors' Budget and Legislative Analyst have suggested that San Francisco's universal health-care program — along with such topics as excessive bonuses for public employees and the future of the city's public golf courses — receive new scrutiny through audits in 2010 and 2011.

The goal of the reviews, as laid out in the memo, would be to evaluate programs that are “costly, inefficient, or have failed to achieve program goals” or that have been criticized by the Board of Supervisors. Sometimes auditors simply want to gauge the workings of city services that have not been audited in a long time.

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