This performance indicator measures the percent increase in our social media impressions. We currently only use Twitter and Facebook to promote Select Fulton and Fulton County. Twitter impressions will be measured by the number of followers. Facebook impressions will be measured by the number of likes.
We are measuring the percentage of audit recommendations agreed to by management. Recommendations state what internal audit believes should be done to accomplish beneficial results. They do not direct what must be done but seek to convince others of what needs to be done. As such, our recommendations are action-oriented, convincing, well-supported, and effective. When appropriately implemented, they should get the desired beneficial results.
This description is the average number of cases assigned to our office for the First Quarter of 2018, broken down by attorney. To determine the number of cases per attorney; the actual number of open cases for our office is divided by the number 95. The number 95 represents the number of attorneys presently employed by our office.
We are measuring the percentage of employees who are satisfied with the County Manager's Chat and Chew Visits. The County Manager and his team make weekly visits to various departments throughout Fulton County to sit and chat with front-line employees and gather their feedback, concerns and ideas on how to make the County a better place to work.
During these meetings, a list of take aways are composed which the County Manager and his team prioritize and assign to department heads for action. Updates are provided quarterly on the outcome of actions and posted in Fulco News for all employees to see how the County Manager and his team are addressing their concerns.
We are measuring the percentage of invoices received from sub-recipients processed by the Ryan White Program within 7 days. This is measured from the date of receipt of an accurate and complete invoice from a sub-recipient to the date of entry of the receiver into AMS.
The Investigative Division of the Medical Examiner’s Office is tasked with gathering information regarding the medical and social history of the deceased, the events and actions leading up to the death of the deceased, and other pertinent investigative facts critical to the determination of cause and manner of death in each case. This information is reduced to writing and presented to the physicians in charge of the forensic investigation of a particular case at a daily meeting. The information obtained by the Investigators must be thorough, inclusive of all key facts and completed in a timely manner.