Implementation of State Auditor's Recommendations - 2013

Classified by Auditee

On this page we provide links, classified by entity name, to summaries of audit reports we issued during the previous two years that relate to each entity. We also provide the following links to our audit report summaries classified by policy areas, which generally correspond to the Assembly and Senate standing committees.

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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.

Introduction:
The purpose of each audit report summary is to identify what actions, if any, auditees have taken in response to our findings and recommendations. We have placed this symbol Arrow Symbol in the margin of the auditee action to identify areas of concern or issues that we believe an auditee has not adequately addressed.

For these summaries, we have relied upon periodic written responses prepared by auditees to determine whether corrective action has been taken. The California State Auditor's policy requests that auditees provide a written response to the audit findings and recommendations before the audit report is initially issued publicly. As a follow-up, we request the auditee to respond at least three times subsequently: at 60 days, six months, and one year after the public release of the audit report.

We report all instances of substantiated improper governmental activities resulting from our investigative activities to the cognizant state department for corrective action. These departments are required to report the status of their corrective actions every 30 days until all such actions are complete.

Unless otherwise noted, we have not performed any type of review or validation of the corrective actions reported by the auditees. All corrective actions noted in these summaries were based on responses received by our office as of January 2013.


Auditees

State Entities:

Academy of Art University, San Francisco
Administrative Office of the Courts
Amador County
Board of State and Community Corrections
California Conservation Corps
California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection
California Emergency Management Agency
California Energy Commission
California Health Facilities Financing Authority
California High-Speed Rail Authority
California Housing Finance Agency
California Labor and Workforce Development Agency
California Municipal Finance Authority
California Prison Industry Authority
California State University, Northridge
California Statewide Communities Development Authority
California Technology Agency
California Workforce Investment Board
City of San Jose
City of Vernon
Commission on Teacher Credentialing
Correctional Health Care Services (Receiver)
Department of Consumer Affairs
Department of Consumer Affairs, California State Athletic Commission
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
Department of Education
Department of Finance
Department of Fish and Game
Department of Food and Agriculture
Department of General Services
Department of Health Care Services
Department of Housing and Community Development
Department of Industrial Relations
Department of Justice
Department of Managed Health Care
Department of Mental Health
Department of Public Health
Department of Social Services
Department of Transportation
Department of Water Resources
Employment Development Department
Fair Political Practices Commission
Humboldt County
Laney College, Oakland
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services
Los Angeles Unified School District
Natural Resources Agency
Office of Spill Prevention and Response
Physical Therapy Board of California
Riverside County
Sacramento County
Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System
San Bernardino Valley College
San Diego City College
San Diego County
Santa Barbara County
Santa Clara County
Shasta County
State Bar of California
State Controller's Office
State Lands Commission
Superior Court of California, County of Marin
Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento
Superior Court of California, Los Angeles
Superior Court of California, San Diego
University of California
University of California, Office of the President
University of the Pacific, Stockton
Yolo County


Academy of Art University, San Francisco

Report Number 2012-032 (Issued 2012-10-16)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Some Institutions Have Not Fully Complied With Federal Crime Reporting Requirements

Administrative Office of the Courts

Report Number 2010-102 (Issued 2011-02-08)
Administrative Office of the Courts: The Statewide Case Management Project Faces Significant Challenges Due to Poor Project Management

Amador County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants

Board of State and Community Corrections

Report Number 2011-129 (Issued 2012-09-11)
Juvenile Justice Realignment: Limited Information Prevents a Meaningful Assessment of Realignment's Effectiveness

California Conservation Corps

Report Number I2008-1021 (Issued 2011-01-18)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: Delay in Reassigning an Incompetent Psychiatrist, Misuse of State Resources, Failure to Protect the Security of Confidential Documents, Theft of Registration Fees, and Other Violations of State Law (California Conservation Corps)

California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection

Report Number 2011-103 (Issued 2012-01-31)
California's Mutual Aid System: The California Emergency Management Agency Should Administer the Reimbursement Process More Effectively

California Emergency Management Agency

Report Number 2011-103 (Issued 2012-01-31)
California's Mutual Aid System: The California Emergency Management Agency Should Administer the Reimbursement Process More Effectively

California Energy Commission

Report Number I2010-0844 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (California Energy Commission)

Report Number 2011-106 (Issued 2011-11-29)
Intellectual Property: An Effective Policy Would Educate State Agencies and Take Into Account How Their Functions and Property Differ

California Health Facilities Financing Authority

Report Number 2012-042 (Issued 2012-07-12)
Children's Hospital Program: Fund Disbursements Are Appropriate, but Estimates of Cash Needs Have Been Consistently High

Report Number 2011-118/2011-613 (Issued 2012-08-23)
Conduit Bond Issuers: Issuers Complied With Key Bond Requirements, but Two Joint Powers Authorities' Compensation Models Raise Conflict-of-Interest Concerns

California High-Speed Rail Authority

Report Number 2011-504 (Issued 2012-01-24)
High-Speed Rail Authority Follow-Up: Although the Authority Addressed Some of Our Prior Concerns, Its Funding Situation Has Become Increasingly Risky and the Authority's Weak Oversight Persists

California Housing Finance Agency

Report Number 2010-123 (Issued 2011-02-24)
California Housing Finance Agency: Most Indicators Point to Continued Solvency Despite Its Financial Difficulties Created, in Part, by Its Past Decisions

California Labor and Workforce Development Agency

Report Number 2011-111 (Issued 2012-03-27)
Federal Workforce Investment Act: More Effective State Planning and Oversight Is Necessary to Better Help California's Job Seekers Find Employment

California Municipal Finance Authority

Report Number 2011-118/2011-613 (Issued 2012-08-23)
Conduit Bond Issuers: Issuers Complied With Key Bond Requirements, but Two Joint Powers Authorities' Compensation Models Raise Conflict-of-Interest Concerns

California Prison Industry Authority

Report Number 2010-118 (Issued 2011-05-24)
California Prison Industry Authority: It Can More Effectively Meet Its Goals of Maximizing Inmate Employment, Reducing Recidivism, and Remaining Self-Sufficient

California State University, Northridge

Report Number 2012-032 (Issued 2012-10-16)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Some Institutions Have Not Fully Complied With Federal Crime Reporting Requirements

California Statewide Communities Development Authority

Report Number 2011-118/2011-613 (Issued 2012-08-23)
Conduit Bond Issuers: Issuers Complied With Key Bond Requirements, but Two Joint Powers Authorities' Compensation Models Raise Conflict-of-Interest Concerns

California Technology Agency

Report Number 2010-112 (Issued 2011-03-24)
Employment Development Department: Its Unemployment Program Has Struggled to Effectively Serve California's Unemployed in the Face of Significant Workload and Fiscal Challenges

California Workforce Investment Board

Report Number 2011-111 (Issued 2012-03-27)
Federal Workforce Investment Act: More Effective State Planning and Oversight Is Necessary to Better Help California's Job Seekers Find Employment

City of San Jose

Report Number 2012-106 (Issued 2012-08-20)
City of San José: Some Retirement Cost Projections Were Unsupported Although Rising Retirement Costs Have Led to Reduced City Services

City of Vernon

Report Number 2011-131 (Issued 2012-06-28)
City of Vernon: Although Reform Is Ongoing, Past Poor Decision Making Threatens Its Financial Stability

Commission on Teacher Credentialing

Report Number 2010-119 (Issued 2011-04-07)
Commission on Teacher Credentialing: Despite Delays in Discipline of Teacher Misconduct, the Division of Professional Practices Has Not Developed an Adequate Strategy or Implemented Processes That Will Safeguard Against Future Backlogs

Correctional Health Care Services (Receiver)

Report Number I2009-0689 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (California Correctional Health Care Services and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number I2010-1151 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (California Correctional Health Care Services and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Department of Consumer Affairs

Report Number 2011-119 (Issued 2012-06-26)
Physical Therapy Board of California: Although It Can Make Improvements, It Generally Processes Complaints and Monitors Conflict-of-Interest Requirements Appropriately

Department of Consumer Affairs, California State Athletic Commission

Report Number I2009-1341 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (California State Athletic Commission)

Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

Report Number 2010-124 (Issued 2011-09-06)
Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation: The Benefits of Its Correctional Offender Management Profiling for Alternative Sanctions Program Are Uncertain

Report Number I2007-0887 (Issued 2011-01-18)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: Delay in Reassigning an Incompetent Psychiatrist, Misuse of State Resources, Failure to Protect the Security of Confidential Documents, Theft of Registration Fees, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number I2009-0607 (Issued 2011-01-18)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: Delay in Reassigning an Incompetent Psychiatrist, Misuse of State Resources, Failure to Protect the Security of Confidential Documents, Theft of Registration Fees, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number I2009-1203 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number I2009-0689 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (California Correctional Health Care Services and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number I2010-1151 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (California Correctional Health Care Services and Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation)

Report Number 2010-118 (Issued 2011-05-24)
California Prison Industry Authority: It Can More Effectively Meet Its Goals of Maximizing Inmate Employment, Reducing Recidivism, and Remaining Self-Sufficient

Report Number 2011-129 (Issued 2012-09-11)
Juvenile Justice Realignment: Limited Information Prevents a Meaningful Assessment of Realignment's Effectiveness

Report Number 2010-116 (Issued 2011-07-12)
Sex Offender Commitment Program: Streamlining the Process for Identifying Potential Sexually Violent Predators Would Reduce Unnecessary or Duplicative Work

Department of Education

Report Number 2011-117 (Issued 2012-03-15)
High School Graduation and Dropout Data: California's New Database May Enable the State to Better Serve Its High School Students Who Are at Risk of Dropping Out

Report Number I2011-1083 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (California Department of Education)

Department of Finance

Report Number 2012-037 (Issued 2012-10-23)
Department of Housing and Community Development: Awards of Housing Bond Funds Are Appropriate, but Cash Balances Are High and Monitoring Continues to Need Improvement

Report Number 2010-117 (Issued 2011-05-19)
General Obligation Bonds: The Departments of Water Resources and Finance Should Do More to Improve Their Oversight of Bond Expenditures

Department of Fish and Game

Report Number I2009-0601 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Fish and Game)

Report Number I2009-1218 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Fish and Game)

Report Number 2011-123 (Issued 2012-08-14)
Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund: The Department of Fish and Game and the Office of Spill Prevention and Response Need to Improve Their Administration of the Spill Fund

Department of Food and Agriculture

Report Number 2011-106 (Issued 2011-11-29)
Intellectual Property: An Effective Policy Would Educate State Agencies and Take Into Account How Their Functions and Property Differ

Department of General Services

Report Number 2011-116.2 (Issued 2012-05-31)
Department of General Services: Strengthening the Division of the State Architect's Workload Management and Performance Measurements Could Help It Avoid Delays in Processing Future Increases in Workload

Report Number 2011-504 (Issued 2012-01-24)
High-Speed Rail Authority Follow-Up: Although the Authority Addressed Some of Our Prior Concerns, Its Funding Situation Has Become Increasingly Risky and the Authority's Weak Oversight Persists

Report Number I2008-1024 (Issued 2011-01-18)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees: Delay in Reassigning an Incompetent Psychiatrist, Misuse of State Resources, Failure to Protect the Security of Confidential Documents, Theft of Registration Fees, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of General Services)

Report Number 2011-116.1 (Issued 2011-12-08)
Department of General Services: The Division of the State Architect Lacks Enforcement Authority and Has Weak Oversight Procedures, Increasing the Risk That School Construction Projects May Be Unsafe

Report Number 2011-120 (Issued 2012-08-16)
California Department of Transportation: Its Poor Management of State Route 710 Extension Project Properties Costs the State Millions of Dollars Annually, Yet State Law Limits the Potential Income From Selling the Properties

Department of Health Care Services

Report Number 2011-106 (Issued 2011-11-29)
Intellectual Property: An Effective Policy Would Educate State Agencies and Take Into Account How Their Functions and Property Differ

Report Number 2011-104 (Issued 2011-12-13)
Medi-Cal Managed Care Program: The Departments of Managed Health Care and Health Care Services Could Improve Their Oversight of Local Initiatives Participating in the Medi-Cal Two-Plan Model

Department of Housing and Community Development

Report Number 2012-037 (Issued 2012-10-23)
Department of Housing and Community Development: Awards of Housing Bond Funds Are Appropriate, but Cash Balances Are High and Monitoring Continues to Need Improvement

Department of Industrial Relations

Report Number I2008-0902 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Industrial Relations)

Department of Justice

Report Number 2011-129 (Issued 2012-09-11)
Juvenile Justice Realignment: Limited Information Prevents a Meaningful Assessment of Realignment's Effectiveness

Department of Managed Health Care

Report Number 2011-104 (Issued 2011-12-13)
Medi-Cal Managed Care Program: The Departments of Managed Health Care and Health Care Services Could Improve Their Oversight of Local Initiatives Participating in the Medi-Cal Two-Plan Model

Department of Mental Health

Report Number I2009-0644 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Mental Health)

Report Number 2010-116 (Issued 2011-07-12)
Sex Offender Commitment Program: Streamlining the Process for Identifying Potential Sexually Violent Predators Would Reduce Unnecessary or Duplicative Work

Department of Public Health

Report Number 2012-105 (Issued 2012-11-27)
Departments of Public Health and Social Services: Weaknesses in the Administration of the Child Health and Safety Fund and the State Children's Trust Fund Limit Their Effectiveness

Department of Social Services

Report Number 2012-105 (Issued 2012-11-27)
Departments of Public Health and Social Services: Weaknesses in the Administration of the Child Health and Safety Fund and the State Children's Trust Fund Limit Their Effectiveness

Report Number 2011-101.1 (Issued 2011-10-27)
Child Welfare Services: California Can and Must Provide Better Protection and Support for Abused and Neglected Children

Report Number 2010-121 (Issued 2011-09-29)
Foster Family Home and Small Family Home Insurance Fund: Expanding Its Coverage Will Increase Costs and the Department of Social Services Needs to Improve Its Management of the Insurance Fund

Department of Transportation

Report Number 2010-122 (Issued 2011-04-28)
California Department of Transportation: Its Capital Outlay Support Program Should Strengthen Budgeting Practices, Refine Its Performance Measures, and Improve Internal Controls

Report Number I2008-0731 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (Department of Transportation)

Report Number 2011-106 (Issued 2011-11-29)
Intellectual Property: An Effective Policy Would Educate State Agencies and Take Into Account How Their Functions and Property Differ

Report Number 2011-120 (Issued 2012-08-16)
California Department of Transportation: Its Poor Management of State Route 710 Extension Project Properties Costs the State Millions of Dollars Annually, Yet State Law Limits the Potential Income From Selling the Properties

Department of Water Resources

Report Number 2010-117 (Issued 2011-05-19)
General Obligation Bonds: The Departments of Water Resources and Finance Should Do More to Improve Their Oversight of Bond Expenditures

Employment Development Department

Report Number 2011-111 (Issued 2012-03-27)
Federal Workforce Investment Act: More Effective State Planning and Oversight Is Necessary to Better Help California's Job Seekers Find Employment

Report Number I2008-1217 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (Employment Development Department)

Report Number 2010-112 (Issued 2011-03-24)
Employment Development Department: Its Unemployment Program Has Struggled to Effectively Serve California's Unemployed in the Face of Significant Workload and Fiscal Challenges

Fair Political Practices Commission

Report Number 2011-118/2011-613 (Issued 2012-08-23)
Conduit Bond Issuers: Issuers Complied With Key Bond Requirements, but Two Joint Powers Authorities' Compensation Models Raise Conflict-of-Interest Concerns

Humboldt County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants

Laney College, Oakland

Report Number 2012-032 (Issued 2012-10-16)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Some Institutions Have Not Fully Complied With Federal Crime Reporting Requirements

Los Angeles County

Report Number 2011-121 (Issued 2012-09-06)
Probationers' Domestic Violence Payments: Improved Processes for Managing and Distributing These Payments Could Increase Support for Local Shelters

Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services

Report Number 2011-101.2 (Issued 2012-03-29)
Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services: Management Instability Hampered Efforts to Better Protect Children

Los Angeles Unified School District

Report Number 2012-103 (Issued 2012-11-29)
Los Angeles Unified School District: It Could Do More to Improve Its Handling of Child Abuse Allegations

Natural Resources Agency

Report Number I2009-1321 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (Natural Resources Agency)

Office of Spill Prevention and Response

Report Number 2011-123 (Issued 2012-08-14)
Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund: The Department of Fish and Game and the Office of Spill Prevention and Response Need to Improve Their Administration of the Spill Fund

Physical Therapy Board of California

Report Number 2011-119 (Issued 2012-06-26)
Physical Therapy Board of California: Although It Can Make Improvements, It Generally Processes Complaints and Monitors Conflict-of-Interest Requirements Appropriately

Riverside County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants

Sacramento County

Report Number 2011-121 (Issued 2012-09-06)
Probationers' Domestic Violence Payments: Improved Processes for Managing and Distributing These Payments Could Increase Support for Local Shelters

Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System

Report Number 2011-113 (Issued 2012-03-08)
Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System: Increased Transparency and Stronger Controls Are Necessary as It Focuses on Improving Its Financial Situation

San Bernardino Valley College

Report Number 2012-032 (Issued 2012-10-16)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Some Institutions Have Not Fully Complied With Federal Crime Reporting Requirements

San Diego City College

Report Number 2012-032 (Issued 2012-10-16)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Some Institutions Have Not Fully Complied With Federal Crime Reporting Requirements

San Diego County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants

Report Number 2011-121 (Issued 2012-09-06)
Probationers' Domestic Violence Payments: Improved Processes for Managing and Distributing These Payments Could Increase Support for Local Shelters

Santa Barbara County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants

Santa Clara County

Report Number 2011-121 (Issued 2012-09-06)
Probationers' Domestic Violence Payments: Improved Processes for Managing and Distributing These Payments Could Increase Support for Local Shelters

Shasta County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants

State Bar of California

Report Number 2011-030 (Issued 2011-05-26)
State Bar of California: Its Lawyer Assistance Program Lacks Adequate Controls for Reporting on Participating Attorneys

State Controller's Office

Report Number I2009-1476 (Issued 2011-08-25)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Waste of State Funds, Misuse of State Resources, Falsification of Records, Inexcusable Neglect of Duty, Failure to Monitor Time Reporting, and Other Violations of State Law (State Controller's Office)

State Lands Commission

Report Number 2011-123 (Issued 2012-08-14)
Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund: The Department of Fish and Game and the Office of Spill Prevention and Response Need to Improve Their Administration of the Spill Fund

Report Number 2010-125 (Issued 2011-08-23)
State Lands Commission: Because It Has Not Managed Public Lands Effectively, the State Has Lost Millions in Revenue for the General Fund

Superior Court of California, County of Marin

Report Number 2009-109 (Issued 2011-01-20)
Sacramento and Marin Superior Courts: Both Courts Need to Ensure That Family Court Appointees Have Necessary Qualifications, Improve Administrative Policies and Procedures, and Comply With Laws and Rules

Superior Court of California, County of Sacramento

Report Number 2009-109 (Issued 2011-01-20)
Sacramento and Marin Superior Courts: Both Courts Need to Ensure That Family Court Appointees Have Necessary Qualifications, Improve Administrative Policies and Procedures, and Comply With Laws and Rules

Superior Court of California, Los Angeles

Report Number 2011-121 (Issued 2012-09-06)
Probationers' Domestic Violence Payments: Improved Processes for Managing and Distributing These Payments Could Increase Support for Local Shelters

Superior Court of California, San Diego

Report Number 2011-121 (Issued 2012-09-06)
Probationers' Domestic Violence Payments: Improved Processes for Managing and Distributing These Payments Could Increase Support for Local Shelters

University of California

Report Number I2010-1022 (Issued 2012-12-11)
Investigations of Improper Activities by State Agencies and Employees: Bribery, Conspiracy to Commit Mail Fraud, Improper Overtime Payments, Improper Use of Lease Proceeds, Improper Travel Expenses, and Other Violations of State Law (University of California, Office of the President)

University of California, Office of the President

Report Number 2010-105 (Issued 2011-07-28)
University of California: Although the University Maintains Extensive Financial Records, It Should Provide Additional Information to Improve Public Understanding of Its Operations

University of the Pacific, Stockton

Report Number 2012-032 (Issued 2012-10-16)
California's Postsecondary Educational Institutions: Some Institutions Have Not Fully Complied With Federal Crime Reporting Requirements

Yolo County

Report Number 2010-036 (Issued 2011-02-15)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund: Local Governments Continue to Have Difficulty Justifying Distribution Fund Grants


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