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Department of Transportation : its seismic retrofit expenditures comply with the bond act, and it has continued to reimburse the interim funding for fiscal years 1994-95 and 1995-96 by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  61 4 2002 2003
State Bar of California : it has improved its disciplinary process, stewardship of members' fees, and administrative practices, but its cost recovery and controls over expenses need strengthening by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  53 5 1996 2001
University of California : although the university maintains extensive financial records, it should provide additional information to improve public understanding of its operations by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  50 2 2011 2011
Los Angeles Unified School District : it could do more to improve its handling of child abuse allegations by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  48 2 2012 2012
California energy markets : the state's position has improved, due to efforts by the Department of Water Resources and other factors, but cost issues and legal challenges continue by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  46 4 2003 2003
Administrative Office of the Courts : the statewide case management project faces significant challenges due to poor project management by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  45 2 2011 2011
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation : inmates sentenced under the three strikes law and a small number of inmates receiving specialty health care represent significant costs by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  44 2 2010 2010
California State University, Chancellor's Office : failure to follow reimbursement policies resulted in improper and wasteful expenditures by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  44 2 2009 2009
High-risk update, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 : the California Recovery Task Force and state agencies could do more to ensure the accurate reporting of Recovery Act jobs by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  43 2 2010 2010
Sex Offender Commitment Program : streamlining the process for identifying potential sexually violent predators would reduce unnecessary or duplicative work by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  43 2 2011 2011
Judicial branch procurement : six superior courts generally complied with the judicial branch contracting law but they could improve some policies and practices by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  43 2 2013 2013
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 by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  43 2 2011 2011
Energy deregulation : the state's energy balance remains uncertain but could improve with changes to its energy programs and generation and transmission siting by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  43 4 2001 2001
Juvenile justice realignment : limited information prevents a meaningful assessment of realignment's effectiveness by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  43 2 2012 2012
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 by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  43 2 2012 2012
Department of Health Care Services : it needs to streamline Medi-Cal treatment authorizations and respond to authorization requests within legal time limits by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  43 2 2010 2010
Department of Community Services and Development : delays by federal and state agencies have stalled the weatherization program and improvements are needed to properly administer Recovery Act funds by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2010 2010
Departments of Health Care Services and Public Health : their actions reveal flaws in the State's oversight of the California Constitution's implied civil service mandate and in the Departments' contracting for information technology services by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2009 2009
Department of Public Health : it reported inaccurate financial information and can likely increase revenues for the State and Federal Health Facilities Citation Penalties Accounts by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2010 2010
California's postsecondary educational institutions : some institutions have not fully complied with federal crime reporting requirements by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  42 2 2012 2012
Department of Housing and Community Development : awards of housing bond funds are appropriate, but cash balances are high and monitoring continues to need improvement by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2012 2012
Interim reporting : fiscal year 2008-09 single audit : Aging, Child Support Services, Education, Employment Development by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2010 2010
California Department of Veterans Affairs : it has initiated plans to serve veterans better and more cost-efficiently, but further improvements are needed by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2013 2013
Intellectual property : an effective policy would educate state agencies and take into account how their functions and property differ by California. Bureau of State Audits
DDC/LCC
  42 2 2011 2011
California Department of Transportation : its Capital Outlay Support Program should strengthen budgeting practices, refine its performance measures, and improve internal controls by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  42 2 2011 2011
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