Report 2012-111 Recommendation 2 Responses
Report 2012-111: California Department of Public Health: It Needs to Improve Accuracy in Accounting and Charging for Compliance Inspections Designed to Reduce Youth Access to Tobacco and It Could Enhance Its Compliance Inspections (Release Date: June 2013)
Recommendation #2 To: Public Health, Department of
It should allocate expenses associated with statewide and local compliance inspections to the appropriate funding source, based on the time staff spends conducting those activities, and it should maintain accurate accounting records to reflect actual costs of statewide and local compliance inspections.
60-Day Agency Response
The new time tracking system described in response to Recommendation 1 will allocate expenditures to the appropriate funding source and maintain records to reflect actual costs.
- Completion Date: July 2013
- Response Date: August 2013
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Fully Implemented
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.