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Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees

Investigations of Improper Activities by State Employees

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Investigations of ImproperActivities by State Employees
Delay in Reassigning an Incompetent Psychiatrist, Misuseo State Resources, Failure to Protect the Security o Confdential Documents, Thet o Registration Fees, andOther Violations o State LawJanuary 2 Report I2-2
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Te rst ve copies of each California State Auditor report are free. Additional copies are $3 each, payable bycheck or money order. You can obtain reports by contacting the Bureau of State Audits at the following address:
California State AuditorBureau of State Audits555 Capitol Mall, Suite 300Sacramento, California 95814916.445.0255 or TTY 916.445.0033
ORTis report is also available on the World Wide Web http://www.bsa.ca.govTe California State Auditor is pleased to announce the availability of an on-line subscription service. Forinformation on how to subscribe, please contact the Information echnology Unit at 916.445.0255, ext. 456,or visit our Web site at www.bsa.ca.gov.Alternate format reports available upon request.Permission is granted to reproduce reports.For questions regarding the contents of this report,please contact Margarita Fernández, Chief of Public Aairs, at 916.445.0255.
 
CALIFORNIA STATE AUDITOR
Bureau of State Audits
Doug CordinerChief DeputyElaine M. HowleState Auditor
555 Capitol Mall, Suite 300 Sacramento, CA 95814916.445.055 916.37.0019 axwww.bsa.ca.gov
January 18, 2011 Investigative Report I2010-2e Governor of CaliforniaPresident pro empore of the SenateSpeaker of the Assembly State CapitolSacramento, California 95814Dear Governor and Legislative Leaders:Pursuant to the California Whistleblower Protection Act, the Bureau of State Audits presentsits investigative report summarizing investigations completed between January and June 2010concerning allegations of improper governmental activities.is report details eight substantiated allegations involving several state departments. roughour investigations, we found patients placed at risk and state funds wasted during the continuedemployment of an incompetent psychiatrist, misuse of state resources, theft of registration fees,and failure to protect the security of condential documents. As an example, we found thatthe Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation failed to promptly investigate allegationsof a psychiatrist’s incompetence, and in doing so, placed patients at risk and wasted nearly $367,000 in state funds as it continued to pay the psychiatrist more than $600,000 in salary while he was under investigation for nearly three years.In addition, this report provides an update on previously reported investigations and describesadditional actions taken by state departments to correct the problems we previously identied.For example, the Department of Industrial Relations led a civil lawsuit against a formerinspector in an eort to obtain reimbursement for $70,105 in improper payments she receivedand formally reprimanded the inspector’s immediate supervisor for his failure to monitor theinspector’s time and attendance.Respectfully submitted,ELAINE M. HOWLE, CPAState Auditor

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