The Department of General Services, known by its acronym of DGS, is a centralized business management hub where the state government can utilize specialized techniques and skills as necessary to ensure a high level of efficiency and economy. These services include, but are not limited to, planning, acquisition, construction, and maintenance of state buildings

In 1994, California created the Bergeson-Peace Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank, more commonly known as Ibank. The IBank is California’s only general purpose financing authority. It helps finance public infrastructure and private development that promotes a healthy climate for jobs, contributes to a strong economy, and improves the quality of life in California communities.

California’s Department of Consumer Affairs, more commonly known as DCA, is responsible for protecting California consumers. The DCA does this through oversight enforcement and licensure of professions. By regulating the professional licenses, DCA protects consumers from unscrupulous and unqualified professionals and professionals from unfair competition by unlicensed practitioners.

The DCA is comprised of 37

The California Citizens Redistricting Commission (“CRC”) is charged with completing the decennial job of drawing district lines for state Senators, state Assemblymembers, members of the U.S. House of Representatives, and the California State Board of Equalization (“BOE”) members. Article XXI of the California Constitution established the CRC. Article XXI describes the redistricting of the

The Ethics in Government Act of 1990 contains four different articles:

Article 1: Honoraria

Article 2: Gifts

Article 3: Travel

Article 4: Campaign Funds

Article 1 defines honoraria as any payment made in consideration for a speech that is given, any article that is published, or attendance at a public or private conference, convention,

In 1951 California passed the District Organization Law. The law created a procedure for the organization, operation, and government of districts in the state of California. This applies when and to the extent that it’s adopted or incorporated by reference in a law providing for a particular district or type of district in

The California Gambling Control Commission (“CGCC”) consists of five members appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. The Commission is vested with jurisdiction and supervision over gambling establishments in California. The CGCC is responsible for setting policy, establishing regulations, issuing gambling licenses, and acting as the administrator of gaming revenues that are

California’s state tax system involves five different departments:

(1) the Franchise Tax Board (FTB)

(2) California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA)

(3) the Employment Development Department (EDD)

(4) State Board of Equalization (SBE)

(5) Office of Tax Appeals (OTA)

Although the EDD is the largest tax agency in California, the FTB is

The California Building Standards Commission (CBSC) is tasked with the development, adoption, approval, publication, and implementation of California’s building codes. The Commission was established in 1953. The Commission is in the Department of General Services, which falls under the Government Operations Agency.

The CBSC consists of the Secretary of the Government Operations Agency

California’s Agricultural Labor Relations Board (ALRB) was created in 1975. It was created to ensure peace in the fields of California by guaranteeing justice for all agricultural workers and stability in agricultural labor relations. Among its duties, the ALRB provides orderly processes for protecting, implementing, and enforcing rights and responsibilities of employees, employers, and