Report I2015-1 Recommendation 30 Responses
Report I2015-1: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees (Release Date: August 2015)
Case Number I2013-0440
Recommendation #30 To: Correctional Health Care Services, California
Correctional Health Care should ensure that it has received all of the goods and services for which it already paid the contractor, or for which it has been invoiced to pay by the contractor.
Agency Response From April 2016
Correctional Health Care reported that the contractor submitted all supporting documentation related to its work performed. For goods procured by the contractor, Correctional Health Care staff reviewed and validated the deliverables and has maintained supporting documentation in the contract file.
California State Auditor's Assessment of Status: Fully Implemented
Agency Response From January 2016
Correctional Health Care reported that it has outstanding invoices from the contractor that it has not paid because it has been unable to verify that the goods and services have been received. It stated that it is awaiting additional documentation from the contractor.