Commission Approves up to $1.5 Million Spend to Streamline City Systems

At its December 6th meeting, the Hollywood Commission agreed to a resolution to allow city leaders to obtain temporary professional services to support the City effort known as the End Duplication and Gain Efficiency (E.D.G.E) project.   This project requires professional consultants and subject matter experts for an annual amount not to exceed $1,500,000. The program involves the ending of various duplications and outdated systems in the running of Hollywood.

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