Report 2016-124 Recommendation 13 Responses
Report 2016-124: Department of General Services and California Department of Technology: Neither Entity Has Provided the Oversight Necessary to Ensure That State Agencies Consistently Use the Competitive Bidding Process (Release Date: June 2017)
Recommendation #13 To: Technology, California Department of
To ensure that agencies do not repeatedly submit inappropriate noncompetitive requests after receiving a warning, Technology should track and follow up on instances in which it has issued a warning letter. Further, when appropriate, Technology should follow through with the consequences it includes in its warning letters.
6-Month Agency Response
CDT is updating Desktop Work Procedures to provide staff with additional direction to monitor warning letters and follow through with any necessary consequences contained in the respective warning letters. The approved Desktop Work procedures will be distributed to all STP staff on December 20, and discussed at the December 21, STP All Staff meeting.
- Completion Date: December 2017
- Response Date: January 2018
California State Auditor's Assessment of 6-Month Status: Pending
CDT has provided its revised procedures but has not provided a tracking sheet to show it has tracked and followed up on instances in which CDT has issued a warning letter.
60-Day Agency Response
CDT is in progress of updating its Desktop Work Procedures to provide staff with additional direction to monitor warning letters and follow through with the any necessary consequences contained in the respective warning letters.
- Estimated Completion Date: December 2017
- Response Date: August 2017
California State Auditor's Assessment of 60-Day Status: Pending
Agency responses received are posted verbatim.