Executive Office For Administration And Finance Publishes First Annual Performance Report
BOSTON – Monday, September 23, 2013 - Continuing the Patrick Administration’s commitment to making government more effective, accountable and open, Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor today issued the Executive Office for Administration and Finance’s (A&F) Fiscal Year 2013 Performance Report. This report highlights the progress A&F has made in achieving its strategic goals and displays data relating to A&F’s key performance measures.
Patrick Administration Announces $4 Million In Funding For Third Round Of Community Innovation Challenge Grants
BOSTON – (Tuesday, September 10, 2013) – Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor today announced the third round of Community Innovation Challenge (CIC) grants at the September meeting of the Local Government Advisory Commission. Building on two successful rounds of CIC grant funding, this round of grants totaling $4 million will help support local government regionalization projects and other initiatives designed to deliver local services more effectively and efficiently.
Governor Patrick Signs Fiscal Year 2014 Budget
Patrick Administration and City of Boston Announce 54 Municipalities Participating in Commonwealth Connect App
BOSTON – Tuesday, June 18, 2013 – Secretary of Administration and Finance Glen Shor today joined officials from the City of Boston and local officials from participating municipalities to formally launch the Commonwealth Connect app used by 54 cities and towns across the Commonwealth.
Patrick Administration Announces "Informed Massachusetts" Web Launch
BOSTON – Monday, June 17, 2013 – The Patrick Administration today launched “Informed Massachusetts” – a user-friendly website [which can be found at http://www.mass.gov/informedma] that consolidates the Open Government and Transparency web pages previously found on Mass.gov. Informed Massachusetts pulls together these sites into a unified portal, creating a user-friendly site through which citizens can quickly and easily find information.
Patrick-Murray Administration Announces $205 Million in Savings From Municipal Health Care Reform
BOSTON – Friday, January 25, 2013 – Delivering his welcoming remarks at the 34th Massachusetts Municipal Association's annual meeting Friday, Governor Deval Patrick announced that more than 204 communities and school districts across the Commonwealth have collectively saved more than $200 million in health insurance premiums as a result of the landmark municipal health care reform law.