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Using strong management efforts and thoughtful, conservative fiscal projections, Ventura County was able to save $43 million in the past year. “Approximately $15 million of the savings came from savings in expenditures with almost $4 million resulting from the County’s commitment to lean six sigma process improvement.” These savings have been placed into reserves, which will only be used for significant facility and program investments like homeless shelter development and animal service facilities. “The lean six sigma savings are a demonstration of the fiscal responsibility that is an organizational imperative at all levels of the County,” said County Executive Officer Mike Powers.

Read more at The Voice of California.