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Philadelphia Controller

Alan Butkovitz

Alan Butkovitz
City Controller

Alan Butkovitz was first elected Philadelphia City Controller in 2005. Since that time, he has been the City’s chief fiscal watchdog - emphasizing performance audits to save money and generate revenue, while recommending ways for the City to operate more efficiently and effectively. His investigations and audits have found more than $500 million in potential revenues and savings for Philadelphia taxpayers.

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About The City Controller

The City Controller is one of nine popularly elected offices in the executive branch of City of Philadelphia government. The term of office of the City Controller is four years, and is not subject to term limitation.

The City Controller is independent of the Mayor and City Council, whose operations the City Controller audits.

This independence is reinforced by legislatively mandated staggered terms, the election for City Controller and District Attorney falling midway between the elections for Mayor, the other six executive branch officeholders and the 17 members of City Council.

Office of the Controller
1230 Municipal Services Building
1401 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19102-1679

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