Report 2011-120 Recommendation 24 Responses

Report 2011-120: California Department of Transportation: Its Poor Management of State Route 710 Extension Project Properties Costs the State Millions of Dollars Annually, Yet State Law Limits the Potential Income From Selling the Properties (Release Date: August 2012)

Recommendation #24 To: Transportation, Department of

To ensure that General Services performs only necessary repairs and that its costs are reasonable, Caltrans should modify its March 2012 tracking spreadsheet to ensure that it contains sufficient information for Caltrans to effectively monitor repair costs.

1-Year Agency Response

The March 2012 tracking spreadsheet was modified to ensure that it contained sufficient information for Caltrans to effectively monitor repair costs. Please see Attachment 8 for a copy of the modified March 2012 tracking spreadsheet.

  • Completion Date: March 2013
  • Response Date: August 2013

California State Auditor's Assessment of 1-Year Status: Fully Implemented


6-Month Agency Response

Caltrans stated that it is working with General Services to obtain the necessary data to monitor repair costs by March 1, 2013 and will immediately modify the March 2012 tracking spreadsheet to effectively monitor these costs.

  • Response Date: February 2013

California State Auditor's Assessment of 6-Month Status: Partially Implemented


60-Day Agency Response

Caltrans stated that it is working with General Services to obtain the necessary data to monitor repair costs. Caltrans anticipates it will complete the final modifications to its March 2012 tracking spreadsheet on or before December 31, 2012. (See 2013-406, p. 173)

  • Response Date: October 2012

California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Partially Implemented


All Recommendations in 2011-120

Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.


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