Single Audit Findings for 2007

This table provides you with a high-level summary of the issues we noted during our audit of the major federal programs both in terms of deficiencies in the system of internal control and instances of noncompliance with federal requirements by department. The issues are categorized by the severity of the deficiencies or noncompliance. Additionally, for the departments we audited under the Single Audit, we obtained estimated dollar amounts departments are expected to receive under the Recovery Act.

Compliance and Internal Control Summary
Department Federal Stimulus (Recovery Act) Funds Estimated (in millions)* Internal Control Deficiencies Instances of Noncompliance†
Material Significant Most Severe Less Severe
Aging $21.8 1 7 1 0
Alcohol and Drug NI 3 2 3 1
California Volunteers NI 5 0 2 1
Child Support Services $54.5 3 0 3 0
Community Services & Development $275.0 2 3 1 3
Development Services $53.2 5 0 2 0
Education $11,783.8 32 70 22 56
Emergency Services NI 9 0 9 0
Emergency Services & Homeland Security NI 4 0 4 0
Employment Development $4,931.0 4 1 0 3
Health Care $6,138.0 11 7 12 2
Industrial Relations NI 2 0 2 2
Mental Health NI 9 0 6 0
Public Health $865.5 8 7 3 6
School Finance Authority NI 4 0 4 0
Secretary of State $50.0 2 1 2 1
Social Services $2,678.0 10 0 7 6
Student Aid NI 1 0 1 1
Transportation $2,969.6 1 0 0 0
Veterans Affairs NI 2 0 2 0

* Source: California Economic Recovery Portal Web site www.recovery.ca.gov. The dollar amounts shown include only those amounts expected to be provided directly to the state entities or to be shared between state entities and non-state entities. If the funds are to be shared between entities, we allocated the funds proportionately.

NI = None identified

† Excludes statewide issues.

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