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An overview of the City of Pocatello’s operations in Fiscal Year 2015 is now available to the public.
Recently, the City released its annual service level report produced by the Finance Department. The document gives a department by department synopsis of the City’s efforts and includes input (funding) and output (results) summaries, measures of effectiveness, employment, and issues and concerns into the future.
“The report goes beyond a traditional financial report in that it provides residents and officials with an easy way to see some of what each City department completed in the past year with their funding” said Joyce Stroschein, Chief Financial Officer for the City of Pocatello. “It helps officials make budget decisions for the upcoming year as well as represents close to all of the services used or observed by residents.”
The money analyzed represents 75 percent of all spending. It does not include the 25 percent that was budgeted in the police retirement fund, other trust funds, or insurance contingency funds. The excluded funds have no employees tied to the money in them and are governed by the arrangements of each trust, or insurance contract.
People interested in reading the report can find it at pocatello.us/Archive.aspx?AMID=37 along with service level reports from past years.
Fiscal Year 2015 marks the twelfth year that the City of Pocatello has produced a formal service level report.