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Report

(1) Status of Collective Bargaining Negotiations, and (2) Economic and Revenue Developments

October 20, 1998 - (1) Status of Collective Bargaining Negotiations, and (2) Economic and Revenue Developments

Report

Analysis of the 1998-99 Budget Bill, General Government Chapter

February 18, 1998 - Analysis of the 1998-99 Budget Bill, General Government Chapter

Report

Smog Check Program

February 18, 1998 - Smog Check Program

Report

Foreign Offices Agency Budget Priorities

February 18, 1998 - Foreign Offices Agency Budget Priorities

Report

Gambling in California: An Overview

January 29, 1998 - An overview of gambling in California. We also recommend the Legislature clarify the state's role With regard to gambling on Indian lands.

Report

Rethinking the Cal-Vet Loan Program

January 16, 1998 - The Cal-Vet loan program is currently not competitive with other private- and public-sector loan programs which now offer better interest rates and terms.

Report

New Foreign Offices

February 19, 1997 - New Foreign Offices

Report

California State Lottery Commission

February 19, 1997 - California State Lottery Commission

Report

Agricultural Labor Relations Board

February 19, 1997 - Agricultural Labor Relations Board

Report

Analysis of the 1997-98 Budget Bill, General Government Chapter

February 18, 1997 - Analysis of the 1997-98 Budget Bill, General Government Chapter

Report

Annual Report Fiscal Year 1995-96

August 27, 1996 - The Legislative Analyst's Office (LAO) provides analysis and nonpartisan advice to the California Legislature on fiscal and policy issues, and has done so for 55 years. the LAO enjoys a national reputation for its fiscal and programmatic expertise, and its high quality, nonpartisan analyses. The LAO is overseen by the Joint Legislative Budget Committee (JLBC), a 16-member bipartisan committee of Assembly and Senate Members. The office currently has a staff of 49 personnel-years--36 analytical and 13 support, who serve as a nonpartisan staff resource to all legislators. This report: (1) Describes the functions and organization of the LAO, and the services it provides to the Legislature an the people of California. (2) Summarizes the activities and finances of the office during the fiscal year 1995-1996, and (3) Updates Members of the Legislature on changes in the office since our last report.

Report

Analysis of the 1996-97 Budget Bill, State Administration Chapter

February 21, 1996 - Analysis of the 1996-97 Budget Bill, State Administration Chapter

Report

Analysis of the 1996-97 Budget Bill, Business and Labor Chapter

February 21, 1996 - Analysis of the 1996-97 Budget Bill, Business and Labor Chapter

Report

Reinventing the State Civil Service—Recruiting and Hiring for Excellence

February 21, 1996 - Reinventing the State Civil Service—Recruiting and Hiring for Excellence

Report

Privatization in California State Government

February 21, 1996 - Privatization in California State Government

Other Government Areas Staff

Chas Alamo
(916) 319-8357
Personal Income Tax, Employment, and Labor Law
 
Ann Hollingshead
(916) 319-8305
State Budget and Federal Funding
 
Lourdes Morales
(916) 319-8320
Local Government
 
Jessica Peters
(916) 319-8363
Emergency Services and Business Regulation
 
Nick Schroeder
(916) 319-8314
Public Employment, CalPERS, and Elections
 
Brian Weatherford
(916) 319-8337
Corporation Tax and Insurance
 
Angela Short
(916) 319-8309
Teachers' Retirement Policy/ Child Welfare/ Community Care Licensing
 
Seth Kerstein
(916) 319-8365
Sales and Excise Taxes and Demographics