The latest report shows many have not been disappointed with £181million of work going to local companies, creating and securing thousands of jobs.
This is one vital aspect of what the games are about for the city, and providing work and training opportunities for local people as well as building new facilities is a key goal.
The inclusion of community benefit clauses has had a major impact on ensuring the huge sums of public money being invested in the Games projects doesn't all flow out of the city.
There is still more than two years to go before the opening ceremony shines a light on Glasgow and that is two years in which all agencies need to ensure Glasgow continues to benefit from the project.
For athletes 2014 is a great opportunity to achieve success, but for the host city it is a chance to achieve a lasting legacy in terms of health and employment.
This report indicates Glasgow has grasped the baton and the benefits are starting to flow, but the challenge is to keep the momentum and ensure it lasts up to and well beyond the spectacle in 2014.