Contact the state agency that currently employs the manager to coordinate appropriate disciplinary action, to make certain the manager is not in a position to misuse or embezzle additional state funds, and to ensure that the manager's personnel file includes appropriate documentation of her misconduct.
The Water Board reported that in July 2015, it sent its proposed disciplinary action to the state agency where the manager currently works.
The Water Board stated that it has proposed potential disciplinary action that is undergoing internal legal review. Once its legal counsel completes the review, it will share the proposed disciplinary action with the state agency that currently employs the manager.
The Water Board stated that it had begun to coordinate with the state agency that currently employs the manager to determine appropriate disciplinary action.
The Water Board stated that it had contacted the State Agency where the employee currently works and is coordinating with its management to pursue action consistent with state personnel laws and regulations. It stated that although it cannot guarantee the follow-up actions of the other state agency, it will strongly encourage and assist the other agency's management in performing these actions, consistent with state personnel laws and regulations, to address the recommendation.