Report 2009-101 Recommendation 6 Responses
Report 2009-101: Department of Social Services: For the CalWORKs and Food Stamp Programs, It Lacks Assessments of Cost-Effectiveness and Misses Opportunities to Improve Counties' Antifraud Efforts (Release Date: November 2009)
Recommendation #6 To: Social Services, Department of
This recommendation has been superseded by a recommendation from a subsequent report. See 2015-503 #15.
To ensure the accuracy and consistency of the information on welfare fraud activities that counties report and that Social Services subsequently reports to the federal government, the Legislature, and internal users, Social Services should provide counties with feedback on how to correct and prevent errors that it detects during this review.
Annual Follow-Up Agency Response From October 2012
The CDSS continues to work with counties to provide feedback on how to correct and prevent errors that it detects during an Income Eligibility and Verification System (IEVS) review. If county reporting errors are found during the state's IEVS review, the CDSS provides immediate feedback to the county, and the county is required to submit corrected Department of Public Assistance (DPA) 266 reports.
- Completion Date: October 2012
California State Auditor's Assessment of Annual Follow-Up Status: See 2015-503 #15 for the most current assessment
Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.