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Clery Act : some California colleges and universities are not accurately reporting campus crime statistics and safety policies as federal law requires by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  121 1 2021 2021
Sexual assault evidence kits : although testing all kits could benefit sexual assault investigations, the extent of the benefits is unknown by California. State Auditor (2013- )
DDC/LCC
  38 2 2014 2014
UCLA and UCSF Medical Centers : although they supply significant monetary support to their campuses' schools of medicine, their finances and key measures of patient-care quality have remained stable by California. State Auditor (2013- )
DDC/LCC
  37 2 2014 2014
Sexual harassment and sexual violence : California universities must better protect students by doing more to prevent, respond to, and resolve incidents by California. State Auditor (2013- )
DDC/LCC
  37 2 2014 2014
California community college accreditation : colleges are treated inconsistently and opportunities exist for improvement in the accreditation process by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  37 2 2014 2014
California Department of State Hospitals : it could increase the consistency of its evaluations of sex offenders by improving its assessment protocol and training by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  36 2 2015 2015
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power : consequences linked to its premature launch of its customer information system may push total costs beyond $200 million by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  35 2 2015 2015
Follow-up--Federal Workforce Investment grants : the Employment Development Department established procedures for seeking discretionary grants, but needs to strengthen them by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  35 2 2015 2015
State Bar of California : it has not consistently protected the public through its attorney discipline process and lacks accountability by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  35 2 2015 2015
California state government websites : departments must improve website accessibility so that persons with disabilities have comparable access to state services online by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  34 2 2015 2015
Follow-up--Los Angeles Unified School District : it has improved its investigations and reporting of misconduct allegations against district employees by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  34 2 2015 2015
California Department of Health Care Services : it should improve its administration and oversight of school-based Medi-Cal programs by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  34 2 2015 2015
Recommendations not fully implemented after one year : the Omnibus Audit Accountability Act of 2006 by California. Bureau of State Audits
LCC
  34 3 2011 2016
California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery : the beverage container recycling program continues to face deficits and requires changes to become financially stable by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  34 2 2014 2014
California Department of Consumer Affairs' BreEZe system : inadequate planning and oversight led to implementation at far fewer regulatory entities at a significantly higher cost by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  33 2 2015 2015
California Department of Health Care Services : weaknesses in its Medi-Cal Dental Program limit children's access to dental care by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  33 2 2014 2014
California Department of Toxic Substances Control : its lack of diligence in cost recovery has contributed to millions in unbilled and uncollected costs by California. State Auditor (2013- )
DDC/LCC
  33 2 2014 2014
California Department of Public Health : it has not effectively managed investigations of complaints related to long-term health care facilities by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  32 2 2014 2014
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation : it must improve legal compliance and administrative oversight of its employment of retired annuitants and use of state-owned vehicles by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  32 2 2015 2015
High risk update--California Department of Technology : lack of guidance, potentially conflicting roles, and staffing issues continue to make oversight of state information technology projects high risk by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  32 2 2015 2015
California Department of Health Care Services : its failure to properly administer the Drug Medi-Cal Treatment Program created opportunities for fraud by California. State Auditor (2013- )
DDC/LCC
  32 2 2014 2014
California Department of Public Health : even with a recent increase in federal funding, its efforts to prevent diabetes are focused on a limited number of counties by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  32 2 2015 2015
Follow-up--California Department of Public Health : Laboratory Field Services is unable to oversee clinical laboratories effectively, but a feasible alternative exists by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  31 2 2015 2015
Judicial branch of California : because of questionable fiscal and operational decisions, the Judicial Council and the Administrative Office of the Courts have not maximized the funds available for the courts by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  31 2 2015 2015
High risk update--public safety realignment and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation : the state has reduced overcrowding in its prisons, but its inmate health care is still under federal receivership by California. State Auditor (2013- )
LCC
  31 2 2015 2015
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