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California could be more than two years behind in its financial reports by fall 2021, according to Edward Ring, senior researcher at the California Policy Center.
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The last Full annual financial report (CAFR) on the site California State Comptroller’s Web, released October 2020, is for fiscal 2019, which ended June 30, 2019.
Ring complaints that the period of almost a year and a half set by the State to publish a report on its financial performance means that “everything information in the State of California for over a year. “
“As fall 2021 approaches, even though it’s a normal year, information about the financial performance of public agencies will be outdated for well over two years, ”he writes.
According to state monitor release schedule, Remuneration 2020 data will be released for city and county workers in June 2021, State Department, State University and higher court workers in July 2021, district special workers in August 2021, University of …
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