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How open data helps cities be more accountable

by • 5 months ago

On the Priorities Podcast: Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin outlines how his office uses data in its audits and reports on city operations.

Los Angeles must 'do better' on data privacy, controller says

by • 1 year ago

Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin is calling for the creation of a privacy board that can hold the city accountable for its use of new technologies.

L.A. Controller Ron Galperin publishes financial data portal

by • 1 year ago

The city controller said a new data portal containing a comprehensive picture of the city's financial health fills a common request from constituents.

Los Angeles controller publishes maps showing city's inequities

by • 2 years ago

Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin's new "Equity Index" is a visualization of the contrast in quality of life between Los Angeles neighborhoods.

LA's new 'resource hub' shows which neighborhoods get stimulus checks

by • 2 years ago

Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin said he hopes the new digital tool will help the city make more data-driven decisions about how to allocate resources during the COVID-19 pandemic.

New maps show Los Angeles residents where to find food during pandemic

by • 2 years ago

After a shelter-in-place emergency order last week, a new website from LA Controller Ron Galperin is designed to help people find supermarkets, farmers markets and meal distribution centers.

LA controller calls for data-driven homelessness strategy

by • 3 years ago

Citing "ill-defined" goals and ineffective spending, Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin proposes a technological solution to city's homelessness problem.

LA controller debuts data-driven youth development strategy

by • 3 years ago

His plan would use wellness and achievement data to better understand the risks that Los Angeles youth face on a day-to-day basis.

Los Angeles city controller updates online property map to boost housing, economy

by • 3 years ago

Los Angeles isn't making the most of its nearly 14,000 government-owned properties. City Controller Ron Galperin wants to do something about it.