Report 2014-116 Recommendation 25 Responses
Report 2014-116: California Department of Consumer Affairs' BreEZe System: Inadequate Planning and Oversight Led to Implementation at Far Fewer Regulatory Entities at a Significantly Higher Cost (Release Date: February 2015)
Recommendation #25 To: Technology, California Department of
To ensure that future IT project procurements do not jeopardize the State's financial interests, CalTech's procurement division should ensure that contract language gives departments the rights to the source code necessary to complete the project if a contract is terminated for convenience.
60-Day Agency Response
Since April 2014, CalTech Procurement ensures the contract language gives the rights to the source code necessary to complete the project if a contract is terminated for convenience utilizing standard contract language (GSPD 401IT).
This action has been completed
- Completion Date: April 2014
- Response Date: April 2015
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Fully Implemented
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.