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Bureau of State AuditsFor education-related audit reports and Charter School accountability.
California CodesConsists of 29 codes covering various subject areas the State Constitution and Statutes.
California Department of EducationThe Core Purpose of the California Department of Education is to lead and support the continuous improvement of student achievement with a specific focus on closing achievement gaps.
California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS)CalPERS manages pension and health benefits for more than 1.2 million California public employees retirees and their families. CalPERS is a defined benefit retirement plan.
California State AssemblyLinks to legislation member directory committee directory legislative deadlines and much more.
California State SenateFind out what's new in the Senate legislation committees schedules offices/caucuses FAQs and links to other government branches.
California State Teachers' Retirement System (CalSTRS)CalSTRS serve the members of the California State Teachers' Retirement System by ensuring timely disbursement of vitally important benefits.
Commission on State Mandates (COSM)The COSM adjudicates test claims of local entities that allege the existence of reimbursable state-mandated programs as well as hears and decides claims that the Controller has incorrectly reduced payments of reimbursement claims.
Commission on Teaching CredentialsResponsible for many important functions in California's public education including the requirements for credentialing teachers.
Department of Finance (DOF)California Department of Finance (DOF) Home Page.
Division of Labor: Statistics and ResearchDLSR conducts research and publishes information on economic employment and work-place safety and health statistics. Publications include the Director's General Prevailing Wage Determinations and the CA Consumer Price Index.
Fiscal Crisis and Management Assistance Team (FCMAT)FCMAT provides fiscal advice management assistance training on everything from accounting to transportation.
Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO)The Legislative Analyst's Office has been providing fiscal and policy advice to the Legislature for more than 65 years.
Office of the GovernorHomepage for the Governor of California.
Official California Legislative PortalSponsored by the Legislative Council of California.  Search engine for California bills and laws as well as legislative publications and information on current events in the Legislature.
State Controller's Office (SCO)The State Controller is the Chief Financial Officer of the State of California elected by the people. The SCO provides financial management services to state and local government; and being the independent protector of taxpayer dollars.
UCLA's Anderson ForecastFor information on California's Economy and the most accurate predictions of? U.S. Economy Growth.