Administrative Analysts & Personnel Professionals

Members of the Administrative Analysts & Personnel Professionals chapter perform highly skilled analytical work for CCSF.

Chapter News and Events

More From Our Friends at REFUND AMERICA


Saqib Bhatti, our speaker from the recent Delegate Assembly and director of the Refund America project, has produced a new report on toxic municipal finance deals in Illinois. This study further illuminates the dangers of these deals in the Bay Area and around the country, and is well worth reading:

Local 21 Members Pound the Pavement to Limit Real Estate Interests in the City


The usually quiet June primary election proved to be a barn burner this year. Local 21 members volunteered for 96 shifts to get the vote out, helping to identify 14,000 supporters and walking dozens of precincts to encourage support for candidates and ballot measures that are good for public sector workers and their communities.

Update on Previously Announced Salary Increase


IFPTE Local 21 announced last week that, as a result of the contract bargaining between Local 21 and CCSF, all Local 21 represented CCSF employees will receive a 3.25%** salary increase effective July 1, 2016.

L21 Pushing for smaller SFERS Contributions


When Prop C was conceptualized and placed on the ballot with broad union support in 2011, we believed that employee contribution rates would decline in the 2016-2017 fiscal year.

Despite major issues facing the San Francisco Retirement System (SFERS), most of which were not known at the time of the election, we still believe that rates should come down next year.

Specifically, there are three major issues which have materialized over the past couple of years.  They could have major impacts on the funding levels of the system.

Local 21 and PEC Stand Up for Pension Integrity


On Wednesday, December 9, at the start of their meeting, the San Francisco Retirement Board removed the controversial Down Payment Assistance Loan Program (DALP) from their agenda.  DALP is a Mayor’s Office of Housing program.

All L21 Candidates Plus Many L21-Endorsed Initiatives Win in SF Election


Every candidate endorsed by Local 21 was successful in the November election.

Endorsed by L21, Mayor Ed Lee won re-election as did City Atty. Dennis Herrera, City Treas. José Cisneros and Dist. Atty. George Gascon. Additionally, longtime Local 21 ally Aaron Peskin won a hard-fought race to return to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. 

Spotlight: Livability Award Recipient Diego Sanchez


Local 21 members are out and about, determined to preserve San Francisco’s rich history, creativity and colorful diversity.

L21 Secretary Heads SFMTA Open Workplace Pilot Project


As project manager for the Open Workspace Pilot in the Capital Projects building for the City of San Francisco, Local 21 Secretary Eileen Housteau headed up the redesign at 1 S. Van Ness, 8th floor, which started last spring. 

“SFMTA is experiencing a space crisis and my project is one of many potential solutions to maximize how we use our existing work spaces,” Eileen said.

SFERS Busy This Summer!


After a long debate last year about investment strategies, the San Francisco Employee’s Retirement System has kept busy, with many major issues coming down the pike.

Urgent: More EDF $ Available June 25!


Great news! We’ve just heard that DHR will re-open the online tuition reimbursement system for Local 21 pre-approval requests starting tomorrow, June 25, 2015.  They’ve told us that there is approximately $6,000 remaining for FY 14-15 (and that if an employee is taking a course or exam that will be completed next fiscal year, July 1st or later, the employee should wait and submit a FY15/16 pre-approval request later this calendar year).