To help ensure that they meet the grant requirements established in the Government Code, counties should require benefit committee filing officers to avail themselves of the free training provided by the FPPC so that the filing officers are aware of and meet their responsibilities under the political reform act. Counties should also adhere to FPPC guidelines for notifying filers of the need to submit statements of economic interests.
The Riverside County Indian Gaming Local Community Benefit Committee policy A-2, Policy to Adopt the Standard Code of the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) as the Conflict of Interest Code, was updated to incorporate FPPC notification guidelines for filing officers and to request Committee members attend the free training provided by the FPPC. This information was verbally conveyed to Committee members on February 24, 2011 and March 1, 2012.
†Response Type refers to the interval in which the auditee is providing the State Auditor with their status in implementing recommendations made in an audit report. Auditees must submit a response regarding their progress in implementing recommendations from our reports at three intervals from the release of the report: 60 days, six months, and one year or subsequent to one year.
*Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.