Latest News From the Controller's Office
October Revenues Better Than Estimates
Controller John Chiang reports California's October revenues totaled $6.0 billion, topping Budget Act estimates by $662.2 million, or 12.3 percent. For the fiscal year to date (July 1-October 31), total revenues reached $27.9 billion, beating estimates by $1.2 billion, or 4.5 percent. Read the news release in English and Spanish, the summary analysis and the financial statement.
Controller Expands Public Employee Pay Database
Controller John Chiang has expanded his public employee compensation data website to include 2013 salary, benefits and other compensation data for those employed by Community College Districts, Fairs and Exposition Boards and First 5 Commissions. Visit PublicPay.ca.gov and read the news release in English and Spanish.
Controller Adds Pension Numbers to Database
Controller John Chiang's open data website now includes more than one million fields of financial data for California’s 130 defined benefits and defined contributions public pension systems. The site, ByTheNumbers.sco.ca.gov, already allows taxpayers to track revenues, expenditures, liabilities, assets, and fund balances of the state’s 58 counties and more than 450 cities. Read the news release in English and Spanish.
Controller Launches Operation Pay-Up