Audits Reported to Budget Subcommittees and Standing/Policy Committees - 2004

Classified by Auditee/Entity

On this page we provide links, classified by entity name, to summaries of audit reports we issued during the previous two years that related to each entity. We also provide the following links to our audit report summaries classified by budget subcommittees and 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 left-hand 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 Bureau of State Audits' (BSA) 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, 6 months, and 1 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 February 2, 2004.


Auditees

State Entities:

State Bar of California
Business, Housing and Transportation Agency

Commission on State Mandates
State Controllers Office
Corrections, Department of
Courts, Administrative Office of the
Criminal Justice Planning, Office of

Developmental Services, Department of

Education, Department of
Emergency Services, Office of
California Environmental Protection Agency

Finance, Department of
Fish and Game, Department of
Franchise Tax Board

General Services, Department of

Health Services, Department of
Health and Human Services Agency
Health and Human Services Agency Data Center
Homeland Security, Office of

Industrial Relations, Department of
Information Technology, Department of
California Integrated Waste Management Board

Justice, Department of

Managed Health Care, Department of
Mental Health, Department of

California National Guard

California Postsecondary Education Commission
Public Utilities Commission

Rehabilitation, Department of
Resources Agency

Social Services, Department of
State and Consumer Services Agency

Teale Data Center, Stephen P.
Toxic Substances Control, Department of
California Transportation Commission
Transportation, Department of

California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board
California State University
University of California

California Veterans Board
Veterans Affairs, Department of

State Water Resources Control Board
Water Resources, Department of

Youth and Adult Correctional Agency

Local Entities:

Ceres Unified School District
Charter Schools, Various

Dinuba Unified School District

Elk Grove Unified School District

Fremont, City of
Fresno, City of
Fresno, County of
Fresno Unified School District

Long Beach, City of
Los Angeles, City of
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Los Angeles Unified School District

Oxnard, City of

Sacramento, City of
Sacramento, County of
San Diego, City of
San Diego Unified Port District
San Dieguito Union High School
San Francisco, City and County of
San Jose, City of
Stockton, City of

Water Replenishment District of Southern California


State Bar of California

Report Number 2002-030 (Issued 2003/04/24)
State Bar of California: Although It Reasonably Sets and Manages Mandatory Fees, It Faces Potential Deficits in the Future and Needs to More Strictly Enforce Disciplinary Policies and Procedures

Business, Housing and Transportation Agency

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Commission on State Mandates

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

State Controllers Office

Report Number 2001-110 (Issued 2002/03/12)
Vacant Positions: Departments Have Circumvented the Abolishment of Vacant Positions, and the State Needs to Continue Its Efforts to Control Vacancies

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

Report Number 2002-122 (Issued 2003/06/19)
State Controller's Office: Does Not Always Ensure the Safekeeping, Prompt Distribution, and Collection of Unclaimed Property

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

Corrections, Department of

Report Number 2001-012 (Issued 2002/01/09)
State of California: Its Contanment of Drug Costs and Management of Medications for Audlt Inmates Continue to Require Significant Improvements

Report Number 2002-101 (Issued 2002/07/30)
California Department of Corrections: A Shortage of Correctional Officers, Along With Costly Labor Agreement Provisions, Raises Both Fiscal and Safety Concerns and Limits Management's Control

Courts, Administrative Office of the

Report Number 2001-117 (Issued 2002/02/21)
Superior Courts: The Courts Are Moving Toward a More Unified Administration; However, Diverse Service, Collection, and Accounting Systems Impede the Accurate Estimation and Equitable Distribution of Undesignated Fee Revenue

Criminal Justice Planning, Office of

Report Number 2002-107 (Issued 2002/10/24)
Office of Criminal Justice Planning: Experiences Problems in Program Administration, and Alternative Administrative Structures for the Domestic Violence Program Might Improve Program Delivery

Developmental Services, Department of

Report Number I2003-1 (Issued 2003/04/17)
Department of Developmental Services, Porterville Developmental Center: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-952)

Education, Department of

Report Number 2001-124 (Issued 2002/06/26)
Los Angeles Unified School District: Outdated, Scarce Textbooks at Some Schools Appear to Have a Lesser Effect on Academic Performance Than Other Factors, but the District Should Improve Its Management of Textbooks Purchasing and Inventory

Report Number 2002-104 (Issued 2002/11/07)
California's Charter Schools: Oversight at All Levels Could Be Stronger to Ensure Charter Schools' Accountability

Report Number 2003-107 (Issued 2003/11/06)
California Department of Education: The Extensive Number and Breadth of Categorical Programs Challenges the State's Ability to Reform and Oversee Them

Emergency Services, Office of

Report Number I2002-2 (Issued 2002/11/13)
Governor's Office of Emergency Services: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2000-607)

Report Number 2002-113 (Issued 2003/07/30)
Governor's Office of Emergency Services: Its Oversight of the State's Emergency Plans and Procedures Needs Improvement While Its Future Ability to Respond to Emergencies May Be Hampered by Aging Equipment and Funding Concerns

Report Number 2002-117 (Issued 2003/07/31)
Terrorism Readiness: The Office of Homeland Security, Governor's Office of Emergency Services, and California National Guard Need to Improve Their Readiness to Address Terrorism

California Environmental Protection Agency

Report Number 2002-121 (Issued 2003/07/22)
California Environmental Protection Agency: Insufficient Data Exists on the Number of Abandoned, Idled, or Underused Contaminated Properties, and Liability Concerns and Funding Constraints Can Impede Their Cleanup and Redevelopment

Report Number 2003-102 (Issued 2003/12/17)
Water Quality Control Boards: Could Improve Their Administration of Water Quality Improvement Projects Funded by Enforcement Actions

Finance, Department of

Report Number 2001-110 (Issued 2002/03/12)
Vacant Positions: Departments Have Circumvented the Abolishment of Vacant Positions, and the State Needs to Continue Its Efforts to Control Vacancies

Report Number 2001-128 (Issued 2002/04/16)
Enterprise Licensing Agreement: The State Failed to Exercise Due Diligence When Contracting With Oracle, Potentially Costing Taxpayers Millions of Dollars

Report Number 2002-123.2 (Issued 2003/08/06)
Federal Funds: The State of California Takes Advantage of Available Federal Grants, but Budget Constraints and Other Issues Keep It From Maximizing This Resource

Fish and Game, Department

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Report Number I2003-1 (Issued 2003/04/17)
Department of Fish and Game: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-636, 725, and 947)

Franchise Tax Board

Report Number 2002-124 (Issued 2003/05/13)
Franchise Tax Board: Its Performance Measures Are Insufficient to Justify Requests for New Audit or Collection Program Staff

General Services, Department of

Report Number 2001-012 (Issued 2002/01/09)
State of California: Its Contanment of Drug Costs and Management of Medications for Audlt Inmates Continue to Require Significant Improvements

Report Number 2001-128 (Issued 2002/04/16)
Enterprise Licensing Agreement: The State Failed to Exercise Due Diligence When Contracting With Oracle, Potentially Costing Taxpayers Millions of Dollars

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Report Number 2002-108 (Issued 2002/12/05)
Department of General Services: Certain Units Can Do More to Ensure That Client Fees Are Reasonable and Fair

Report Number 2002-112 (Issued 2003/03/26)
Statewide Procurement Practices: Proposed Reforms Should Help Safeguard State Resources, but the Potential for Misuse Remains

Health Services, Department of

Report Number 2001-129 (Issued 2002/05/22)
Department of Health Services: It Needs to Significantly Improve Its Management of the Medi-Cal Provider Enrollment Process

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Report Number 2002-107 (Issued 2002/10/24)
Office of Criminal Justice Planning: Experiences Problems in Program Administration, and Alternative Administrative Structures for the Domestic Violence Program Might Improve Program Delivery

Report Number 2002-109 (Issued 2002/12/12)
Department of Health Services: It Needs to Better Control the Pricing of Durable Medical Equipment and Medical Supplies and More Carefully Consider Its Plans to Reduce Expenditures on These Items

Report Number 2002-118 (Issued 2003/04/30)
Department of Health Services: Its Effort to Further Reduce Prescription Drug Costs Have Been Hindered by Its Inability to Hire More Pharmacists and Its Lack of Aggressiveness in Pursuing Available Cost-Saving Measures

Report Number 2002-123.2 (Issued 2003/08/06)
Federal Funds: The State of California Takes Advantage of Available Federal Grants, but Budget Constraints and Other Issues Keep It From Maximizing This Resource

Report Number 2003-112 (Issued 2003/12/22)
Department of Health Services: It Needs to Better Plan and Coordinate Its Medi-Cal Antifraud Activities

Health and Human Services Agency

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Health and Human Services Agency Data Center

Report Number I2003-1 (Issued 2003/04/17)
Health and Human Services Agency Data Center: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-652)

Homeland Security, Office of

Report Number 2002-117 (Issued 2003/07/31)
Terrorism Readiness: The Office of Homeland Security, Governor's Office of Emergency Services, and California National Guard Need to Improve Their Readiness to Address Terrorism

Industrial Relations, Department of

Report Number 2001-017 (Issued 2002/09/10)
Department of Industrial Relations: Its Process for Verifying the Status of Licenses Issued to Farm Labor Contractors Is Operational but Needs Some Improvement

Report Number I2003-1 (Issued 2003/04/17)
Department of Industrial Relations: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-605)

Report Number 2003-108.1 (Issued 2003/08/27)
California's Workers' Compensation Program: The Medical Payment System Does Not Adequately Control the Costs to Employers to Treat Injuried Workers or Allow for Adequate Monitoring of System Costs and Patient Care

Information Technology, Department of

Report Number 2001-128 (Issued 2002/04/16)
Enterprise Licensing Agreement: The State Failed to Exercise Due Diligence When Contracting With Oracle, Potentially Costing Taxpayers Millions of Dollars

California Integrated Waste Management Board

Report Number 2003-113 (Issued 2003/12/10)
California Integrated Waste Management Board: Its New Regulations Establish Rules for Oversight of Construction and Demolition Debris Sites, but Good Communication and Enforcement Are Also Needed to Help Prevent Threats to Public Health Safety

Justice, Department of

Report Number 2003-105 (Issued 2003/08/20)
California Law Enforcement and Correctional Agencies: With Increased Efforts, They Could Improve the Accuracy and Completeness of Public Information on Sex Offenders

Report Number 2003-112 (Issued 2003/12/22)
Department of Health Services: It Needs to Better Plan and Coordinate Its Medi-Cal Antifraud Activities

Managed Health Care, Department of

Report Number 2001-126 (Issued 2002/05/28)
Department of Managed Health Care: Assessments for Specialized and Full-Service HMOs Do Not Reflect Its Workload and Have Disparate Financial Impacts

Mental Health, Department of

Report Number 2001-110 (Issued 2002/03/12)
Vacant Positions: Departments Have Circumvented the Abolishment of Vacant Positions, and the State Needs to Continue Its Efforts to Control Vacancies

California National Guard

Report Number 2001-111.2 (Issued 2002/02/14)
California National Guard: To Better Respond to State Emergencies and Disasters, It Can Improve Its Aviation Maintenance and Its Processes of Preparing for and Assessing State Missions

Report Number 2002-117 (Issued 2003/07/31)
Terrorism Readiness: The Office of Homeland Security, Governor's Office of Emergency Services, and California National Guard Need to Improve Their Readiness to Address Terrorism

California Postsecondary Education Commission

Report Number 2002-032 (Issued 2003/12/18)
California's Education Institutions: A Lack of Guidance Results in Their Inaccurate or Inconsistent Reporting of Campus Crime Statistics

Public Utilities Commission

Report Number 2001-123 (Issued 2002/07/11)
Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program: Insufficient Monitoring of Surcharge Revenues Combined With Imprudent Use of Public Funds Leave Less Money Available for Program Services

Report Number I2003-2 (Issued 2003/09/17)
Public Utilities Commission: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-753)

Report Number 2003-103 (Issued 2003/11/25)
California Public Utilities Commission: State Law and Regulations Establish Firm Deadlines for Only a Small Number of Its Proceedings

Rehabilitation, Department of

Report Number 2002-031 (Issued 2002/09/12)
Department of Rehabilitation: Its Delay in Correcting Known Weaknesses Has Limited the Success of the Business Enterprise Program for the Blind

Resources Agency

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Social Services, Department of

Report Number 2001-015 (Issued 2003/01/02)
Statewide Fingerprint Imaging System: The State Must Weigh Factors Other Than Need and Cost-Effectiveness When Determining Future Funding for the System

Report Number 2002-114 (Issued 2003/08/19)
Department of Social Services: Continuing Weaknesses in the Department's Community Care Licensing Programs May Put the Health and Safety of Vulnerable Clients at Risk

State and Consumer Services Agency

Report Number I2002-1 (Issued 2002/06/02)
Contractors State Licensing Board: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2000-753)

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Report Number 2002-124 (Issued 2003/05/13)
Franchise Tax Board: Its Performance Measures Are Insufficient to Justify Requests for New Audit or Collection Program Staff

Teale Data Center, Stephen P.

Report Number 2002-112 (Issued 2003/03/26)
Statewide Procurement Practices: Proposed Reforms Should Help Safeguard State Resources, but the Potential for Misuse Remains

Toxic Substances Control, Department of

Report Number 2002-121 (Issued 2003/07/22)
California Environmental Protection Agency: Insufficient Data Exists on the Number of Abandoned, Idled, or Underused Contaminated Properties, and Liability Concerns and Funding Constraints Can Impede Their Cleanup and Redevelopment

California Transportation Commission

Report Number 2002-126 (Issued 2003/07/03)
California Department of Transportation: Low Cash Balances Threaten the Department's Ability to Promptly Deliver Planned Transportation Projects

Transportation, Department of

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Report Number 2002-103 (Issued 2002/08/06)
California Department of Transportation: It Manages the State Highway Operation and Protection Program Adequately, but it Can Make Improvements

Report Number 2002-126 (Issued 2003/07/03)
California Department of Transportation: Low Cash Balances Threaten the Department's Ability to Promptly Deliver Planned Transportation Projects

Report Number I2003-2 (Issued 2003/09/17)
Department of Transportation: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-700)

California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board

Report Number I2003-2 (Issued 2003/09/17)
California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2002-661)

California State University

Report Number 2002-110 (Issued 2003/03/11)
California State University: Its Common Management System Has Higher Than Reported Costs, Less Than Optimal Functionality, and Questionable Procurement and Conflict-of-Interest Practices

Report Number 2002-032 (Issued 2003/12/18)
California's Education Institutions: A Lack of Guidance Results in Their Inaccurate or Inconsistent Reporting of Campus Crime Statistics

University of California

Report Number 2001-130 (Issued 2002/07/25)
University of California: Its Partnership Agreement Could Be Improved to Increase Its Accountability for State Funding

Report Number I2003-2 (Issued 2003/09/17)
University of California, San Francisco: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2000-715)

Report Number 2002-032 (Issued 2003/12/18)
California's Education Institutions: A Lack of Guidance Results in Their Inaccurate or Inconsistent Reporting of Campus Crime Statistics

California Veterans Board

Report Number 2002-120 (Issued 2003/06/26)
California Veterans Board: Without a Clear Understanding of the Extent of Its Authority, the Board Has Not Created Sufficient Policies Nor Provided Effective Oversight to the Department of Veterans Affairs

Veterans Affairs, Department of

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Report Number I2002-2 (Issued 2002/11/13)
Veterans' Home of California, Yountville: Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees (Allegation I2000-876)

Report Number 2002-120 (Issued 2003/06/26)
California Veterans Board: Without a Clear Understanding of the Extent of Its Authority, the Board Has Not Created Sufficient Policies Nor Provided Effective Oversight to the Department of Veterans Affairs

State Water Resources Control Board

Report Number 2002-121 (Issued 2003/07/22)
California Environmental Protection Agency: Insufficient Data Exists on the Number of Abandoned, Idled, or Underused Contaminated Properties, and Liability Concerns and Funding Constraints Can Impede Their Cleanup and Redevelopment

Report Number 2003-102 (Issued 2003/12/17)
Water Quality Control Boards: Could Improve Their Administration of Water Quality Improvement Projects Funded by Enforcement Actions

Water Resources, Department of

Report Number 2002-009 (Issued 2003/04/02)
California Energy Markets: The State's Position Has Improved Due to Efforts by the Department of Water Resources and Other Factors, but Costs Issues and Legal Challenges Continue

Youth and Adult Correctional Agency

Report Number 2001-127 (Issued 2002/07/03)
Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise Program: Few Departments That Award Contracts Have Met the Potentially Unreasonable Participation Goal, and Weak Implementation of the Program Further Hampers Success

Ceres Unified School District

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

Charter Schools, Various

Report Number 2002-104 (Issued 2002/11/07)
California's Charter Schools: Oversight at All Levels Could Be Stronger to Ensure Charter Schools' Accountability

Dinuba Unified School District

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

Elk Grove Unified School District

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

Fremont, City of

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Fresno, City of

Report Number 2003-113 (Issued 2003/12/10)
California Integrated Waste Management Board: Its New Regulations Establish Rules for Oversight of Construction and Demolition Debris Sites, but Good Communication and Enforcement Are Also Needed to Help Prevent Threats to Public Health Safety

Fresno, County of

Report Number 2003-113 (Issued 2003/12/10)
California Integrated Waste Management Board: Its New Regulations Establish Rules for Oversight of Construction and Demolition Debris Sites, but Good Communication and Enforcement Are Also Needed to Help Prevent Threats to Public Health Safety

Fresno Unified School District

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

Long Beach, City of

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Los Angeles, City of

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

Los Angeles County

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Report Number 2002-116 (Issued 2003/12/16)
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: It Is Too Early to Predict Service Sector Success, but Opportunities for Improved Analysis and Communication Exist

Los Angeles Unified School District

Report Number 2001-124 (Issued 2002/06/26)
Los Angeles Unified School District: Outdated, Scarce Textbooks at Some Schools Appear to Have a Lesser Effect on Academic Performance Than Other Factors, but the District Should Improve Its Management of Textbooks Purchasing and Inventory

Oxnard, City of

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Sacramento, City of

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Report Number 2003-113 (Issued 2003/12/10)
California Integrated Waste Management Board: Its New Regulations Establish Rules for Oversight of Construction and Demolition Debris Sites, but Good Communication and Enforcement Are Also Needed to Help Prevent Threats to Public Health Safety

Sacramento, County of

Report Number 2003-113 (Issued 2003/12/10)
California Integrated Waste Management Board: Its New Regulations Establish Rules for Oversight of Construction and Demolition Debris Sites, but Good Communication and Enforcement Are Also Needed to Help Prevent Threats to Public Health Safety

San Diego, City of

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

San Diego Unified Port District

Report Number 2001-116 (Issued 2002/04/30)
San Diego Unified Port District: It Should Change Certain Practices to Better Protect the Public's Interest in Port-Managed Resources

San Dieguito Union High School

Report Number 2001-120 (Issued 2002/03/26)
School Bus Safety II: State Law Intended to Make School Bus Transportation Safer Is Costing More Than Expected

San Francisco, City and County of

Report Number 2001-125 (Issued 2002/07/23)
Red Light Camera Programs: Although They Have Contributed to a Reduction in Accidents, Operational Weaknesses Exist at the Local Level

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

San Jose, City of

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

Stockton, City of

Report Number 2003-106 (Issued 2003/10/15)
State Mandates: The High Level of Questionable Costs Claimed Highlights the Need for Structural Reforms of the Process

Water Replenishment District of Southern California

Report Number 2000-016 (Issued 2002/05/23)
Water Replenishment District of Southern California: Although the District Has Eliminated Excessive Water Rates, It Has Depleted Its Reserve Funds and Needs to Further Improve Its Administrative Practices


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