Report 2010-036 Recommendation 27 Responses

Report 2010-036: Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants (Release Date: February 2011)

Recommendation #27 To: Shasta County

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.

Annual Follow-Up Agency Response From October 2013

Members of the Indian Gaming LCBC are listed as "Designated Position" in Shasta County's Conflict of Interest Code. All members are current in their filings with the FPPC. Members are encouraged to participate in the free training provided by the FPPC.

  • Completion Date: May 2011

California State Auditor's Assessment of Annual Follow-Up Status: Fully Implemented


Annual Follow-Up Agency Response From December 2012

Shasta County filing officers notified all committee members of the requirement to submit the forms. All current committee members have complied.

California State Auditor's Assessment of Annual Follow-Up Status: Pending

The county did not provide supporting documentation to indicate that Shasta County Committee members have submitted COF forms.

  • Auditee did not substantiate its claim of full implementation

All Recommendations in 2010-036

Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.


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