Implementation of State Auditor's Recommendations - 2007

Classified by Standing/Policy Committee

On this page we include links to summaries of audit reports we issued during the previous two years that relate to policy areas that generally correspond to the Assembly and Senate standing committees.

Because an audit may involve more than one issue or because it may cross the jurisdictions of more than one standing committee, an audit report summary could be included in more than one policy area. For example, if we audited a computer system at a university, the audit report summary may be listed under two policy areas - Education and Information Technology.

We also provide the following links to our audit report summaries classified by auditee/entity and by budget subcommittee.

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View the executive summary for the original audit report by clicking on the report number. The executive summary includes a link to the complete original audit report in PDF format.

View the summary of each audit report and the status of the auditee's implementation of the State Auditor's recommendations for each report by clicking on the report title.


View the complete Special Report to Assembly and Senate Standing/Policy Committees or view individual sections of the report by using the following links:

Report Cover
Transmittal Letter
Introduction
Audit Report Summaries by Policy Area

Appendix ASummary of Recommendations for Legislative Consideration by Policy Area
Appendix BSummary of Monetary Benefits Identified In Audit Reports From July 1, 2001, Through December 31, 2006
IndexState And Local Entities with Recommendations from Audits Included In This Special Report

Policy Areas

Agriculture and Water Resources
Appropriations

Business and Professions

Education
Energy, Utilities, and Communications
Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials

Governmental Organizations

Health and Human Services
Higher Education

Judiciary

Labor, Employment, and Industrial Relations
Local Government

Natural Resources, Parks, and Wildlife

Privacy and Public Safety
Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security

Revenue and Taxation

Transportation


Agriculture and Water Resources

Report Number 2005-113 (Issued 2006-03-23)
State Water Resources Control Board: Its Division of Water Rights Uses Erroneous Data to Calculate Some Annual Fees and Lacks Effective Management Techniques to Ensure That It Processes Water Rights Promptly

Appropriations

Report Number 2005-136 (Issued 2006-06-06)
Military Department: It Has Had Problems With Inadequate Personnel Management and Improper Organizational Structure and Has Not Met Recruiting and Facility Maintenance Requirements

Business and Professions

Report Number 2006-114 (Issued 2006-10-31)
California Children and Families Commission: Its Poor Contracting Practices Resulted in Questionable and Inappropriate Payments to Contractors and Violations of State Law and Policies

Report Number 2005-132 (Issued 2006-09-14)
Los Angeles Unified School District: It Has Increased Administrative Positions for Various Reasons and Although Making Progress, Its Performance Evaluation and Salary-Setting Procedures for Managers Still Need Improvement

Report Number 2005-118 (Issued 2006-09-12)
Emergency Preparedness: California's Administration of Federal Grants for Homeland Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness Is Hampered by Inefficiencies and Ambiguity

Report Number 2005-108 (Issued 2006-09-07)
Department of Industrial Relations: Its Division of Apprenticeship Standards Inadequately Oversees Apprenticeship Programs

Report Number 2005-034 (Issued 2006-06-29)
Board of Equalization: Its Implementation of the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Licensing Act of 2003 Has Helped Stem the Decline in Cigarette Tax Revenues, but It Should Update Its Estimate of Cigarette Tax Evasion

Report Number 2005-136 (Issued 2006-06-06)
Military Department: It Has Had Problems With Inadequate Personnel Management and Improper Organizational Structure and Has Not Met Recruiting and Facility Maintenance Requirements

Report Number 2005-129 (Issued 2006-05-25)
Department of Social Services: In Rebuilding Its Child Care Program Oversight, the Department Needs to Improve Its Monitoring Efforts and Enforcement Actions

Report Number 2005-120 (Issued 2006-04-20)
California Student Aid Commission: Changes in the Federal Family Education Loan Program, Questionable Decisions, and Inadequate Oversight Raise Doubts About the Financial Stability of the Student Loan Program

Report Number 2005-113 (Issued 2006-03-23)
State Water Resources Control Board: Its Division of Water Rights Uses Erroneous Data to Calculate Some Annual Fees and Lacks Effective Management Techniques to Ensure That It Processes Water Rights Promptly

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—Improper Overtime)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Duplicate Payments)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number 2005-116 (Issued 2006-01-31)
California K-12 High-Speed Network: The Network Architecture Is Sound, but Opportunities Exist to Increase Its Use

Report Number 2004-136 (Issued 2006-01-26)
City of Los Angeles: Outside Counsel Costs Have Increased, and Continued Improvement in the City's Selection and Monitoring Is Warranted

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (Department of Health Services: Allegation—Improper Contracting Practices)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Military Department: Allegation—Theft of State Funds)

Report Number 2004-134 (Issued 2005-07-28)
State Athletic Commission: The Current Boxers' Pension Plan Benefits Only a Few and Is Poorly Administered

Report Number 2004-113 (Issued 2005-07-07)
Department of General Services: Opportunities Exist Within the Office of Fleet Administration to Reduce Costs

Report Number 2004-033 (Issued 2005-05-26)
Pharmaceuticals: State Departments That Purchase Prescription Drugs Can Further Refine Their Cost Savings Strategies

Report Number 2004-138 (Issued 2005-04-05)
Department of Parks and Recreation: It Needs to Improve Its Monitoring of Local Grants and Better Justify Its Administrative Charges

Report Number 2005-030 (Issued 2005-04-28)
State Bar of California: It Should Continue Strengthening Its Monitoring of Disciplinary Case Processing and Assess the Financial Benefits of Its New Collection Enforcement Authority

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (Department of Finance: Allegation—Improper Disclosure of Confidential Information)

Report Number 2004-115 (Issued 2005-01-20)
The State's Offshore Contracting: Uncertainty Exists About Its Prevalence and Effects

Education

Report Number 2005-133 (Issued 2006-11-30)
Department of Education: Its Mathematics and Reading Professional Development Program Has Trained Fewer Teachers Than Originally Expected

Report Number 2006-114 (Issued 2006-10-31)
California Children and Families Commission: Its Poor Contracting Practices Resulted in Questionable and Inappropriate Payments to Contractors and Violations of State Law and Policies

Report Number 2005-137 (Issued 2006-10-26)
California Public Schools: Compliance With Translation Requirements Is High for Spanish but Significantly Lower for Some Other Languages

Report Number 2005-132 (Issued 2006-09-14)
Los Angeles Unified School District: It Has Increased Administrative Positions for Various Reasons and Although Making Progress, Its Performance Evaluation and Salary-Setting Procedures for Managers Still Need Improvement

Report Number 2006-103 (Issued 2006-05-02)
University of California: Stricter Oversight and Greater Transparency Are Needed to Improve Its Compensation Practices

Report Number 2005-104 (Issued 2006-02-07)
Department of Education: Its Flawed Administration of the California Indian Education Center Program Prevents It From Effectively Evaluating, Funding, and Monitoring the Program

Report Number 2005-116 (Issued 2006-01-31)
California K-12 High-Speed Network: The Network Architecture Is Sound, but Opportunities Exist to Increase Its Use

Report Number 2004-125 (Issued 2005-08-04)
Department of Health Services: Participation in the School-Based Medi-Cal Administrative Activities Program Has Increased, but School Districts Are Still Losing Millions Each Year in Federal Reimbursements

Report Number 2004-120 (Issued 2005-06-16)
Department of Education: School Districts' Inconsistent Identification and Redesignation of English Learners Cause Funding Variances and Make Comparisons of Performance Outcomes Difficult

Energy, Utilities, and Communications

Report Number 2004-130 (Issued 2005-01-26)
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power: Its Transfers of Funds to the City Comply With the City Charter; However, It Needs to Improve Its Controls Over Contracts, Expenditures, and Personnel Records

Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials

Report Number 2005-135 (Issued 2006-07-18)
California Department of Transportation: Although Encouraging Contractors to Use Recycled Materials in Its Highway Projects, Caltrans Collects Scant Data on Its Recycling and Solid Waste Diversion Efforts

Governmental Organizations

Report Number 2005-118 (Issued 2006-09-12)
Emergency Preparedness: California's Administration of Federal Grants for Homeland Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness Is Hampered by Inefficiencies and Ambiguity

Report Number 2005-034 (Issued 2006-06-29)
Board of Equalization: Its Implementation of the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Licensing Act of 2003 Has Helped Stem the Decline in Cigarette Tax Revenues, but It Should Update Its Estimate of Cigarette Tax Evasion

Report Number 2005-136 (Issued 2006-06-06)
Military Department: It Has Had Problems With Inadequate Personnel Management and Improper Organizational Structure and Has Not Met Recruiting and Facility Maintenance Requirements

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Military Department: Allegation—Theft of State Funds)

Report Number 2004-126 (Issued 2005-08-17)
Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Program: The Lack of a Shared Vision and Questionable Use of Program Funds Limit Its Effectiveness

Report Number 2004-133 (Issued 2005-08-11)
Emergency Preparedness: More Needs to Be Done to Improve California's Preparedness for Responding to Infectious Disease Emergencies

Health and Human Services

Report Number 2005-118 (Issued 2006-09-12)
Emergency Preparedness: California's Administration of Federal Grants for Homeland Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness Is Hampered by Inefficiencies and Ambiguity

Report Number 2005-129 (Issued 2006-05-25)
Department of Social Services: In Rebuilding Its Child Care Program Oversight, the Department Needs to Improve Its Monitoring Efforts and Enforcement Actions

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (Department of Health Services: Allegation—Improper Contracting Services)

Report Number 2004-133 (Issued 2005-08-11)
Emergency Preparedness: More Needs to Be Done to Improve California's Preparedness for Responding to Infectious Disease Emergencies

Report Number 2004-125 (Issued 2005-08-04)
Department of Health Services: Participation in the School-Based Medi-Cal Administrative Activities Program Has Increased, but School Districts Are Still Losing Millions Each Year in Federal Reimbursements

Report Number 2004-033 (Issued 2005-05-26)
Pharmaceuticals: State Departments That Purchase Prescription Drugs Can Further Refine Their Cost Savings Strategies

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (Department of Health Services: Allegation—False Claims for Wages and Travel Expenses)

Higher Education

Report Number 2006-103 (Issued 2006-05-02)
University of California: Stricter Oversight and Greater Transparency Are Needed to Improve Its Compensation Practices

Report Number 2005-116 (Issued 2006-01-31)
California K-12 High-Speed Network: The Network Architecture Is Sound, but Opportunities Exist to Increase Its Use

Judiciary

Report Number 2005-130 (Issued 2006-11-21)
Batterer Intervention Programs: County Probation Departments Could Improve Their Compliance With State Law, but Progress in Batterer Accountability Also Depends on the Courts

Report Number 2005-131 (Issued 2006-08-29)
Judicial Council of California: Its Governing Committee on Education Has Recently Proposed Minimum Education Requirements for Judicial Officers

Report Number 2005-030 (Issued 2005-04-28)
State Bar of California: It Should Continue Strengthening Its Monitoring of Disciplinary Case Processing and Assess the Financial Benefits of Its New Collection Enforcement Authority

Labor, Employment, and Industrial Relations

Report Number 2005-108 (Issued 2006-09-07)
Department of Industrial Relations: Its Division of Apprenticeship Standards Inadequately Oversees Apprenticeship Programs

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—Improper Overtime)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number 2005-119 (Issued 2006-02-09)
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Worker Safety: Better State Oversight Is Needed to Ensure That Injuries Are Reported Properly and That Safety Issues Are Addressed

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Failure to Account for Employee Use of Union Leave)

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (California Department of Corrections: Allegation—Improper Payments to Employees)

Report Number 2004-130 (Issued 2005-01-26)
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power: Its Transfers of Funds to the City Comply With the City Charter; However, It Needs to Improve Its Controls Over Contracts, Expenditures, and Personnel Records

Local Government

Report Number 2005-130 (Issued 2006-11-21)
Batterer Intervention Programs: County Probation Departments Could Improve Their Compliance With State Law, but Progress in Batterer Accountability Also Depends on the Courts

Report Number 2005-132 (Issued 2006-09-14)
Los Angeles Unified School District: It Has Increased Administrative Positions for Various Reasons and Although Making Progress, Its Performance Evaluation and Salary-Setting Procedures for Managers Still Need Improvement

Report Number 2004-136 (Issued 2006-01-26)
City of Los Angeles: Outside Counsel Costs Have Increased, and Continued Improvement in the City's Selection and Monitoring Is Warranted

Report Number 2004-130 (Issued 2005-01-26)
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power: Its Transfers of Funds to the City Comply With the City Charter; However, It Needs to Improve Its Controls Over Contracts, Expenditures, and Personnel Records

Natural Resources, Parks, and Wildlife

Report Number I2006-2 (Issued 2006-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2006 Through June 2006 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—False Claims for Wages)

Report Number 2005-113 (Issued 2006-03-23)
State Water Resources Control Board: Its Division of Water Rights Uses Erroneous Data to Calculate Some Annual Fees and Lacks Effective Management Techniques to Ensure That It Processes Water Rights Promptly

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—Improper Overtime)

Report Number 2004-126 (Issued 2005-08-17)
Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation Program: The Lack of a Shared Vision and Questionable Use of Program Funds Limit Its Effectiveness

Report Number 2004-124 (Issued 2005-08-02)
Department of Parks and Recreation: Lifeguard Staffing Appears Adequate to Protect the Public, but Districts Report Equipment and Facility Needs

Report Number 2004-122R (Issued 2005-06-14)
Department of Fish and Game: The Preservation Fund Comprises a Greater Share of Department Spending Due to Reduction of Other Revenues

Report Number 2004-138 (Issued 2005-04-05)
Department of Parks and Recreation: It Needs to Improve Its Monitoring of Local Grants and Better Justify Its Administrative Charges

Privacy and Public Safety

Report Number 2005-130 (Issued 2006-11-21)
Batterer Intervention Programs: County Probation Departments Could Improve Their Compliance With State Law, but Progress in Batterer Accountability Also Depends on the Courts

Report Number 2005-118 (Issued 2006-09-12)
Emergency Preparedness: California's Administration of Federal Grants for Homeland Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness Is Hampered by Inefficiencies and Ambiguity

Report Number 2005-136 (Issued 2006-06-06)
Military Department: It Has Had Problems With Inadequate Personnel Management and Improper Organizational Structure and Has Not Met Recruiting and Facility Maintenance Requirements

Report Number 2005-129 (Issued 2006-05-25)
Department of Social Services: In Rebuilding Its Child Care Program Oversight, the Department Needs to Improve Its Monitoring Efforts and Enforcement Actions

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—Improper Overtime)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number 2005-111 (Issued 2005-11-09)
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: The Intermediate Sanction Programs Lacked Performance Benchmarks and Were Plagued With Implementation Problems

Report Number 2005-105 (Issued 2005-09-13)
Department of Corrections: It Needs to Better Ensure Against Conflicts of Interest and to Improve Its Inmate Population Projections

Report Number 2004-133 (Issued 2005-08-11)
Emergency Preparedness: More Needs to Be Done to Improve California's Preparedness for Responding to Infectious Disease Emergencies

Report Number 2004-114 (Issued 2005-06-09)
Department of Justice: The Missing Persons DNA Program Cannot Process All the Requests It Has Received Before the Fee That Is Funding It Expires, and It Also Needs to Improve Some Management Controls

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (California Department of Corrections: Allegation—Improper Payments to Employees)

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (Department of Finance: Allegation—Improper Disclosure of Confidential Information)

Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security

Report Number I2006-2 (Issued 2006-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2006 Through June 2006 (Department of Industrial Relations: Allegation—Misuse of Bereavement Leave)

Report Number I2006-2 (Issued 2006-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2006 Through June 2006 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—False Claim for Wages)

Report Number 2005-136 (Issued 2006-06-06)
Military Department: It Has Had Problems With Inadequate Personnel Management and Improper Organizational Structure and Has Not Met Recruiting and Facility Maintenance Requirements

Report Number 2006-103 (Issued 2006-05-02)
University of California: Stricter Oversight and Greater Transparency Are Needed to Improve Its Compensation Practices

Report Number 2005-120 (Issued 2006-04-20)
California Student Aid Commission: Changes in the Federal Family Education Loan Program, Questionable Decisions, and Inadequate Oversight Raise Doubts About the Financial Stability of the Student Loan Program

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—Improper Overtime)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Duplicate Payments)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Failure to Account for Employee Use of Union Leave)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (Department of Health Services: Allegation—Improper Contracting Practices)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Military Department: Allegation—Theft of State Funds)

Report Number 2004-033 (Issued 2005-05-26)
Pharmaceuticals: State Departments That Purchase Prescription Drugs Can Further Refine Their Cost Savings Strategies

Report Number 2004-123 (Issued 2005-03-29)
California Public Employees' Retirement System: It Relied Heavily on Blue Shield of California's Exclusive Provider Network Analysis, an Analysis That Is Reasonable in Approach but Includes Some Questionable Elements and Possibly Overstates Estimated Savings

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (Department of Health Services: Allegation—False Claims for Wages and Travel Expenses)

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (Department of Finance: Allegation—Improper Disclosure of Confidential Information)

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (California Department of Corrections: Allegation—Improper Payments to Employees)

Revenue and Taxation

Report Number 2006-114 (Issued 2006-10-31)
California Children and Families Commission: Its Poor Contracting Practices Resulted in Questionable and Inappropriate Payments to Contractors and Violations of State Law and Policies

Report Number I2006-2 (Issued 2006-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2006 Through June 2006 (Department of Industrial Relations: Allegation—Misuse of Bereavement Leave)

Report Number I2006-2 (Issued 2006-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2006 Through June 2006 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—False Claims for Wages)

Report Number 2005-034 (Issued 2006-06-29)
Board of Equalization: Its Implementation of the Cigarette and Tobacco Products Licensing Act of 2003 Has Helped Stem the Decline in Cigarette Tax Revenues, but It Should Update Its Estimate of Cigarette Tax Evasion

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Duplicate Payments)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Forestry and Fire Protection: Allegation—Improper Overtime)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: Allegation—Failure to Account for Employee Use of Union Leave)

Report Number I2005-2 (Issued 2005-09-21)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2005 Through June 2005 (California Military Department: Allegation—Theft of State Funds)

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (Department of Health Services: Allegation—False Claims for Wages and Travel Expenses)

Report Number I2005-1 (Issued 2005-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2004 Through December 2004 (California Department of Corrections: Allegation—Improper Payments to Employees)

Transportation

Report Number 2005-135 (Issued 2006-07-18)
California Department of Transportation: Although Encouraging Contractors to Use Recycled Materials in Its Highway Projects, Caltrans Collects Scant Data on Its Recycling and Solid Waste Diversion Efforts

Report Number I2006-1 (Issued 2006-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2005 Through December 2005 (Department of Fish and Game: Allegation—Gift of Public Funds)

Report Number 2005-119 (Issued 2006-02-09)
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Worker Safety: Better State Oversight Is Needed to Ensure That Injuries Are Reported Properly and That Safety Issues Are Addressed

Report Number 2004-113 (Issued 2005-07-07)
Department of General Services: Opportunities Exist Within the Office of Fleet Administration to Reduce Costs


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