Create new management structures to improve resource coordination, better manage operational costs, and improve the quality of services provided.
Align interdependent functions to achieve economies of scale and improve management coordination.
Improve the management of the City’s automotive assets.
Improve the management of the City’s real estate assets.
Reduce the City’s utility-related costs through improved management and energy conservation efforts.
Align the frequency of the City’s sanitation collection services with communities needs.
Utilize competition and outsourcing as a catalyst.
Identify new sources of revenue.
Better align staffing patterns with the Department’s operational and functional priorities.
Critically evaluate the necessity and organizational placement of DPW’s uniformed personnel.
Ease administrative processes.
Utilize scheduling practices that maximize workforce productivity.
Make better use of technology to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of City services.
Develop a comprehensive service measurement program for all facets of Departmental operations.
Make Baltimore a cleaner, safer, and more environmentally-friendly city be developing new and expanding existing initiatives.