Implementation of State Auditor's Recommendations - 2009

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 or investigation may involve more than one issue or because it may cross the jurisdictions of more than one standing committee, a report summary could be included in more than one policy area. For example, for an audit of the Grade Separation Program, the audit report summary would be listed under three policy areas—Energy, Utilities, and Communications; Privacy and Public Safety; and Transportation.

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 and Summary Table
Audit Report Summaries by Policy Area

AppendixSummary of Monetary Benefits Identified In Audit Reports From July 1, 2001, Through December 31, 2008
IndexState And Local Entities with Recommendations from Audits Included In This Special Report

Policy Areas

Aging and Long-Term Care
Agriculture and Water Resources
Appropriations
Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media
Banking, Finance, and Insurance
Business, Professions, and Economic Development
Education
Elections, Reapportionment, and Constitutional Amendments
Energy, Utilities, and Communications
Environment Safety and Toxic Materials
Governmental Organization
Health and Human Services
Higher Education
Housing and Community Development
Insurance
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
Veterans Affairs


Aging and Long-Term Care

Report Number 2006-035 (Issued 2007-02-15)
Department of Health Services: It Has Not Yet Fully Implemented Legislation Intended to Improve the Quality of Care in Skilled Nursing Facilities

Report Number 2006-106 (Issued 2007-04-12)
Department of Health Services: Its Licensing and Certification Division Is Struggling to Meet State and Federal Oversight Requirements for Skilled Nursing Facilities

Agriculture and Water Resources

Report Number 2007-108 (Issued 2007-11-01)
Department of Water Resources: Its Administration of Grants Under the Flood Protection Corridor Program Needs Improvement

Appropriations

Report Number 2005-123 (Issued 2007-01-30)
Department of Corporations: It Needs Stronger Oversight of Its Operations and More Efficient Processing of License Applications and Complaints

Report Number 2006-501 (Issued 2007-04-19)
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: It Needs to Improve Its Processes for Contracting and Paying Medical Service Providers as Well as for Complying With the Political Reform Act and Verifying the Credentials of Contract Medical Service Providers

Report Number 2006-036 (Issued 2007-07-12)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Do Not Always Use It to Mitigate the Impacts of Casinos, and Its Viability Will Be Adversely Affected by Compact Amendments

Report Number 2007-124 (Issued 2008-04-29)
Safely Surrendered Baby Law: Stronger Guidance From the State and Better Information for the Public Could Enhance Its Impact

Report Number 2007-040 (Issued 2008-09-04)
Department of Public Health: Laboratory Field Services' Lack of Clinical Laboratory Oversight Places the Public at Risk

Arts, Entertainment, Sports, Tourism, and Internet Media

Report Number 2006-036 (Issued 2007-07-12)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Do Not Always Use It to Mitigate the Impacts of Casinos, and Its Viability Will Be Adversely Affected by Compact Amendments

Banking, Finance, and Insurance

Report Number 2005-123 (Issued 2007-01-30)
Department of Corporations: It Needs Stronger Oversight of Its Operations and More Efficient Processing of License Applications and Complaints

Business, Professions, and Economic Development

Report Number 2007-038 (Issued 2007-10-16)
Medical Board of California: It Needs to Consider Cutting Its Fees or Issuing a Refund to Reduce the Fund Balance of Its Contingent Fund

Report Number 2007-111 (Issued 2008-01-22)
California Highway Patrol: It Followed State Contracting Requirements Inconsistently, Exhibited Weaknesses in Its Conflict-of-Interest Guidelines, and Used a State Resource Imprudently

Report Number 2007-117 (Issued 2008-03-25)
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners: Board Members Violated State Laws and Procedural Requirements, and Its Enforcement, Licensing, and Continuing Education Programs Need Improvement

Report Number 2008-112 (Issued 2008-11-18)
Electronic Waste: Some State Agencies Have Discarded Their Electronic Waste Improperly, While State and Local Oversight Is Limited

Report Number 2005-123 (Issued 2007-01-30)
Department of Corporations: It Needs Stronger Oversight of Its Operations and More Efficient Processing of License Applications and Complaints

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (Contractors State License Board)

Education

Report Number 2006-032 (Issued 2007-01-23)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Stricter Controls and Greater Oversight Would Increase the Accuracy of Crime Statistics Reporting

Report Number 2006-109 (Issued 2007-03-15)
Home-to-School Transportation Program: The Funding Formula Should Be Modified to Be More Equitable

Report Number I2007-2 (Issued 2007-09-20)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: February 2007 Through June 2007 (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)

Report Number 2007-102.1 (Issued 2007-11-06)
California State University: It Needs to Strengthen Its Oversight and Establish Stricter Policies for Compensating Current and Former Employees

Report Number 2007-102.2 (Issued 2007-12-11)
California State University: It Is Inconsistent in Considering Diversity When Hiring Professors, Management Personnel, Presidents, and System Executives

Report Number 2007-116 (Issued 2008-08-12)
Affordability of College Textbooks: Textbook Prices Have Risen Significantly in the Last Four Years, but Some Strategies May Help to Control These Costs for Students

Report Number 2008-109 (Issued 2008-12-16)
California Department of Education: Although It Generally Provides Appropriate Oversight of the Special Education Hearings and Mediations Process, a Few Areas Could Be Improved

Report Number 2007-124 (Issued 2008-04-29)
Safely Surrendered Baby Law: Stronger Guidance From the State and Better Information for the Public Could Enhance Its Impact

Elections, Reapportionment, and Constitutional Amendments

Report Number 2008-106 (Issued 2008-09-18)
County Poll Workers: The Office of the Secretary of State Has Developed Statewide Guidelines, but County Training Programs Need Some Improvement

Energy, Utilities, and Communications

Report Number 2007-106 (Issued 2007-09-13)
Grade Separation Program: An Unchanged Budget and Project Allocation Levels Established More Than 30 Years Ago May Discourage Local Agencies From Taking Advantage of the Program

Environment Safety and Toxic Materials

Report Number 2006-115 (Issued 2007-06-14)
The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program: Improved Practices in Applicant Selection, Contracting, and Marketing Could Lead to More Cost-Effective Emission Reductions and Enhanced Operations

Report Number 2008-102 (Issued 2008-08-28)
Office of Spill Prevention and Response: It Has Met Many of Its Oversight and Response Duties, but Interaction With Local Government, the Media, and Volunteers Needs Improvement

Report Number 2008-112 (Issued 2008-11-18)
Electronic Waste: Some State Agencies Have Discarded Their Electronic Waste Improperly, While State and Local Oversight Is Limited

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (California Environmental Protection Agency)

Report Number 2007-114 (Issued 2008-06-12)
Low-Level Radioactive Waste: The State Has Limited Information That Hampers Its Ability to Assess the Need for a Disposal Facility and Must Improve Its Oversight to Better Protect the Public

Governmental Organization

Report Number 2007-117 (Issued 2008-03-25)
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners: Board Members Violated State Laws and Procedural Requirements, and Its Enforcement, Licensing, and Continuing Education Programs Need Improvement

Report Number 2006-116R (Issued 2007-06-07)
Medical Board of California's Physician Diversion Program: While Making Recent Improvements, Inconsistent Monitoring of Participants and Inadequate Oversight of Its Service Providers Continue to Hamper Its Ability to Protect the Public

Report Number 2007-038 (Issued 2007-10-16)
Medical Board of California: It Needs to Consider Cutting Its Fees or Issuing a Refund to Reduce the Fund Balance of Its Contingent Fund

Report Number 2007-111 (Issued 2008-01-22)
California Highway Patrol: It Followed State Contracting Requirements Inconsistently, Exhibited Weaknesses in Its Conflict-of-Interest Guidelines, and Used a State Resource Imprudently

Report Number 2008-112 (Issued 2008-11-18)
Electronic Waste: Some State Agencies Have Discarded Their Electronic Waste Improperly, While State and Local Oversight Is Limited

Report Number 2006-036 (Issued 2007-07-12)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Do Not Always Use It to Mitigate the Impacts of Casinos, and Its Viability Will Be Adversely Affected by Compact Amendments

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (Contractors State License Board)

Health and Human Services

Report Number 2006-110 (Issued 2007-04-17)
Department of Health Services: It Needs to Improve Its Application and Referral Processes When Enrolling Medi-Cal Providers

Report Number 2006-116R (Issued 2007-06-07)
Medical Board of California's Physician Diversion Program: While Making Recent Improvements, Inconsistent Monitoring of Participants and Inadequate Oversight of Its Service Providers Continue to Hamper Its Ability to Protect the Public

Report Number I2007-2 (Issued 2007-09-20)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: February 2007 Through June 2007 (Department of Mental Health, Coalinga State Hospital)

Report Number I2007-2 (Issued 2007-09-20)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: February 2007 Through June 2007 (Department of Health Services)

Report Number 2007-107 (Issued 2007-12-13)
Nonprofit Hospitals: Inconsistent Data Obscure the Economic Value of Their Benefit to Communities, and the Franchise Tax Board Could More Closely Monitor Their Tax-Exempt Status

Report Number I2008-1 (Issued 2008-04-03)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2007 Through December 2007 (Department of Social Services)

Report Number 2007-115 (Issued 2008-04-17)
Sex Offender Placement: State Laws Are Not Always Clear, and No One Formally Assesses the Impact Sex Offender Placement Has on Local Communities

Report Number 2007-121 (Issued 2008-04-24)
Veterans Home of California at Yountville: It Needs Stronger Planning and Oversight in Key Operational Areas, and Some Processes for Resolving Complaints Need Improvement

Report Number 2007-124 (Issued 2008-04-29)
Safely Surrendered Baby Law: Stronger Guidance From the State and Better Information for the Public Could Enhance Its Impact

Report Number 2007-114 (Issued 2008-06-12)
Low-Level Radioactive Waste: The State Has Limited Information That Hampers Its Ability to Assess the Need for a Disposal Facility and Must Improve Its Oversight to Better Protect the Public

Report Number 2007-122 (Issued 2008-06-17)
Department of Health Care Services: Although Notified of Changes in Billing Requirements, Providers of Durable Medical Equipment Frequently Overcharged Medi-Cal

Report Number 2007-040 (Issued 2008-09-04)
Department of Public Health: Laboratory Field Services' Lack of Clinical Laboratory Oversight Places the Public at Risk

Report Number 2008-113 (Issued 2008-12-09)
Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board: It Has Begun Improving the Victim Compensation Program, but More Remains to Be Done

Report Number 2006-035 (Issued 2007-02-15)
Department of Health Services: It Has Not Yet Fully Implemented Legislation Intended to Improve the Quality of Care in Skilled Nursing Facilities

Report Number 2006-108 (Issued 2007-02-27)
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine: It Has a Strategic Plan, but It Needs to Finish Developing Grant-Related Policies and Continue Strengthening Management Controls to Ensure Policy Compliance and Cost Containment

Report Number I2007-1 (Issued 2007-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2006 Through January 2007 (Department of Health Care Services)

Report Number 2007-038 (Issued 2007-10-16)
Medical Board of California: It Needs to Consider Cutting Its Fees or Issuing a Refund to Reduce the Fund Balance of Its Contingent Fund

Higher Education

Report Number 2006-032 (Issued 2007-01-23)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Stricter Controls and Greater Oversight Would Increase the Accuracy of Crime Statistics Reporting

Report Number I2007-2 (Issued 2007-09-20)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: February 2007 Through June 2007 (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona)

Report Number 2007-102.1 (Issued 2007-11-06)
California State University: It Needs to Strengthen Its Oversight and Establish Stricter Policies for Compensating Current and Former Employees

Report Number 2007-102.2 (Issued 2007-12-11)
California State University: It Is Inconsistent in Considering Diversity When Hiring Professors, Management Personnel, Presidents, and System Executives

Report Number 2007-116 (Issued 2008-08-12)
Affordability of College Textbooks: Textbook Prices Have Risen Significantly in the Last Four Years, but Some Strategies May Help to Control These Costs for Students

Housing and Community Development

Report Number 2007-037 (Issued 2007-09-12)
Department of Housing and Community Development: Awards of Housing Bond Funds Have Been Timely and Complied With the Law, but Monitoring of the Use of Funds Has Been Inconsistent

Insurance

Report Number 2005-115.2 (Issued 2008-01-31)
Department of Insurance: Former Executive Life Insurance Company Policyholders Have Incurred Significant Economic Losses, and Distributions of Funds Have Been Inconsistently Monitored and Reported

Report Number 2008-103 (Issued 2008-11-20)
California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board: Its Weak Policies and Practices Could Undermine Employment Opportunity and Lead to the Misuse of State Resources

Judiciary

Report Number 2007-030 (Issued 2007-04-26)
State Bar of California: With Strategic Planning Not Yet Completed, It Projects General Fund Deficits and Needs Continued Improvement in Program Administration

Report Number 2007-109 (Issued 2007-11-29)
DNA Identification Fund: Improvements Are Needed in Reporting Fund Revenues and Assessing and Distributing DNA Penalties, but Counties and Courts We Reviewed Have Properly Collected Penalties and Transferred Revenues to the State

Report Number I2008-1 (Issued 2008-04-03)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2007 Through December 2007 (Department of Justice)

Labor, Employment, and Industrial Relations

Report Number I2007-1 (Issued 2007-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2006 Through January 2007 (Department of Health Care Services)

Report Number I2008-1 (Issued 2008-04-03)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2007 Through December 2007 (Department of Justice)

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number I2007-1 (Issued 2007-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2006 Through January 2007 (California Exposition and State Fair)

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (Contractors State License Board)

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (California Environmental Protection Agency)

Report Number 2008-103 (Issued 2008-11-20)
California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board: Its Weak Policies and Practices Could Undermine Employment Opportunity and Lead to the Misuse of State Resources

Report Number 2007-102.1 (Issued 2007-11-06)
California State University: It Needs to Strengthen Its Oversight and Establish Stricter Policies for Compensating Current and Former Employees

Report Number 2007-102.2 (Issued 2007-12-11)
California State University: It Is Inconsistent in Considering Diversity When Hiring Professors, Management Personnel, Presidents, and System Executives

Local Government

Report Number 2006-109 (Issued 2007-03-15)
Home-to-School Transportation Program: The Funding Formula Should Be Modified to Be More Equitable

Report Number 2006-115 (Issued 2007-06-14)
The Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program: Improved Practices in Applicant Selection, Contracting, and Marketing Could Lead to More Cost-Effective Emission Reductions and Enhanced Operations

Report Number 2007-109 (Issued 2007-11-29)
DNA Identification Fund: Improvements Are Needed in Reporting Fund Revenues and Assessing and Distributing DNA Penalties, but Counties and Courts We Reviewed Have Properly Collected Penalties and Transferred Revenues to the State

Report Number 2007-107 (Issued 2007-12-13)
Nonprofit Hospitals: Inconsistent Data Obscure the Economic Value of Their Benefit to Communities, and the Franchise Tax Board Could More Closely Monitor Their Tax-Exempt Status

Report Number 2007-129 (Issued 2008-07-31)
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority: It Has Made Several Improvements in Recent Years, but Changes Are Still Needed

Report Number 2008-106 (Issued 2008-09-18)
County Poll Workers: The Office of the Secretary of State Has Developed Statewide Guidelines, but County Training Programs Need Some Improvement

Report Number 2006-036 (Issued 2007-07-12)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Do Not Always Use It to Mitigate the Impacts of Casinos, and Its Viability Will Be Adversely Affected by Compact Amendments

Report Number 2007-106 (Issued 2007-09-13)
Grade Separation Program: An Unchanged Budget and Project Allocation Levels Established More Than 30 Years Ago May Discourage Local Agencies From Taking Advantage of the Program

Report Number 2008-113 (Issued 2008-12-09)
Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board: It Has Begun Improving the Victim Compensation Program, but More Remains to Be Done

Report Number 2007-124 (Issued 2008-04-29)
Safely Surrendered Baby Law: Stronger Guidance From the State and Better Information for the Public Could Enhance Its Impact

Natural Resources, Parks, and Wildlife

Report Number I2007-1 (Issued 2007-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2006 Through January 2007 (Department of Conservation)

Report Number 2007-108 (Issued 2007-11-01)
Department of Water Resources: Its Administration of Grants Under the Flood Protection Corridor Program Needs Improvement

Report Number 2008-115 (Issued 2008-10-16)
Department of Fish and Game: Its Limited Success in Identifying Viable Projects and Its Weak Controls Reduce the Benefit of Revenues From Sales of the Bay-Delta Sport Fishing Enhancement Stamp

Report Number 2008-102 (Issued 2008-08-28)
Office of Spill Prevention and Response: It Has Met Many of Its Oversight and Response Duties, but Interaction With Local Government, the Media, and Volunteers Needs Improvement

Privacy and Public Safety

Report Number 2006-106 (Issued 2007-04-12)
Department of Health Services: Its Licensing and Certification Division Is Struggling to Meet State and Federal Oversight Requirements for Skilled Nursing Facilities

Report Number 2006-501 (Issued 2007-04-19)
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: It Needs to Improve Its Processes for Contracting and Paying Medical Service Providers as Well as for Complying With the Political Reform Act and Verifying the Credentials of Contract Medical Service Providers

Report Number 2006-116R (Issued 2007-06-07)
Medical Board of California's Physician Diversion Program: While Making Recent Improvements, Inconsistent Monitoring of Participants and Inadequate Oversight of Its Service Providers Continue to Hamper Its Ability to Protect the Public

Report Number I2007-2 (Issued 2007-09-20)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: February 2007 Through June 2007 (California Highway Patrol)

Report Number I2008-1 (Issued 2008-04-03)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2007 Through December 2007 (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number 2008-104 (Issued 2008-08-26)
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: It Does Not Always Follow Its Policies When Discharging Parolees

Report Number 2007-111 (Issued 2008-01-22)
California Highway Patrol: It Followed State Contracting Requirements Inconsistently, Exhibited Weaknesses in Its Conflict-of-Interest Guidelines, and Used a State Resource Imprudently

Report Number I2008-1 (Issued 2008-04-03)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2007 Through December 2007 (Department of Justice)

Report Number 2007-115 (Issued 2008-04-17)
Sex Offender Placement: State Laws Are Not Always Clear, and No One Formally Assesses the Impact Sex Offender Placement Has on Local Communities

Report Number 2007-114 (Issued 2008-06-12)
Low-Level Radioactive Waste: The State Has Limited Information That Hampers Its Ability to Assess the Need for a Disposal Facility and Must Improve Its Oversight to Better Protect the Public

Report Number 2008-113 (Issued 2008-12-09)
Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board: It Has Begun Improving the Victim Compensation Program, but More Remains to Be Done

Report Number 2006-032 (Issued 2007-01-23)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Stricter Controls and Greater Oversight Would Increase the Accuracy of Crime Statistics Reporting

Report Number 2007-040 (Issued 2008-09-04)
Department of Public Health: Laboratory Field Services' Lack of Clinical Laboratory Oversight Places the Public at Risk

Report Number 2007-106 (Issued 2007-09-13)
Grade Separation Program: An Unchanged Budget and Project Allocation Levels Established More Than 30 Years Ago May Discourage Local Agencies From Taking Advantage of the Program

Public Employees, Retirement, and Social Security

Report Number I2007-1 (Issued 2007-03-22)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2006 Through January 2007 (California Exposition and State Fair)

Report Number I2008-1 (Issued 2008-04-03)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: July 2007 Through December 2007 (Department of Justice)

Report Number I2008-2 (Issued 2008-10-02)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: January 2008 Through June 2008 (Contractors State License Board)

Report Number 2008-103 (Issued 2008-11-20)
California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board: Its Weak Policies and Practices Could Undermine Employment Opportunity and Lead to the Misuse of State Resources

Report Number 2007-102.1 (Issued 2007-11-06)
California State University: It Needs to Strengthen Its Oversight and Establish Stricter Policies for Compensating Current and Former Employees

Report Number 2007-102.2 (Issued 2007-12-11)
California State University: It Is Inconsistent in Considering Diversity When Hiring Professors, Management Personnel, Presidents, and System Executives

Report Number 2007-111 (Issued 2008-01-22)
California Highway Patrol: It Followed State Contracting Requirements Inconsistently, Exhibited Weaknesses in Its Conflict-of-Interest Guidelines, and Used a State Resource Imprudently

Revenue and Taxation

Report Number 2006-108 (Issued 2007-02-27)
California Institute for Regenerative Medicine: It Has a Strategic Plan, but It Needs to Finish Developing Grant-Related Policies and Continue Strengthening Management Controls to Ensure Policy Compliance and Cost Containment

Report Number 2006-036 (Issued 2007-07-12)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Do Not Always Use It to Mitigate the Impacts of Casinos, and Its Viability Will Be Adversely Affected by Compact Amendments

Report Number 2007-109 (Issued 2007-11-29)
DNA Identification Fund: Improvements Are Needed in Reporting Fund Revenues and Assessing and Distributing DNA Penalties, but Counties and Courts We Reviewed Have Properly Collected Penalties and Transferred Revenues to the State

Report Number 2007-107 (Issued 2007-12-13)
Nonprofit Hospitals: Inconsistent Data Obscure the Economic Value of Their Benefit to Communities, and the Franchise Tax Board Could More Closely Monitor Their Tax-Exempt Status

Transportation

Report Number 2007-106 (Issued 2007-09-13)
Grade Separation Program: An Unchanged Budget and Project Allocation Levels Established More Than 30 Years Ago May Discourage Local Agencies From Taking Advantage of the Program

Report Number I2007-2 (Issued 2007-09-20)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: February 2007 Through June 2007 (California Highway Patrol)

Report Number 2007-129 (Issued 2008-07-31)
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority: It Has Made Several Improvements in Recent Years, but Changes Are Still Needed

Report Number 2006-109 (Issued 2007-03-15)
Home-to-School Transportation Program: The Funding Formula Should Be Modified to Be More Equitable

Veterans Affairs

Report Number 2007-121 (Issued 2008-04-24)
Veterans Home of California at Yountville: It Needs Stronger Planning and Oversight in Key Operational Areas, and Some Processes for Resolving Complaints Need Improvement


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