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Single Audit for the State of California for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 2010

March 19, 2012

This audit reported that DSS could not substantiate $197,000 of payroll expenditures it charged to the disability insurance (DI) program for four employees. Specifically, DSS did not distribute payroll expenditures of these employees to the DI program using the actual time spent working on activities related to the DI program. Instead, DSS used percentages to distribute the payroll expenditures based on the time study that occurred before January 2009, which DSS was unable to provide documentation.

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