Conference and meeting expenditure details for the Joint Safety Institute and the Joint Training Institute.
Financial documents and underlying data relating to City Controller Ron Galperin's audits of two trusts, the Joint Training Institute and the Joint Safety Institute. The two trusts are fully funded by the Department of Water and Power (DWP) and managed by an appointed board made up of equal numbers of representatives from DWP management and from the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 18, which represents the majority of workers at the DWP. All information below was compiled by the City's auditors for these two audits. For more information, visit: https://controllerdata.lacity.org/Audits-and-Reports/Joint-Training-Institute-JTI-and-Joint-Safety-Inst/4i3e-krmq
Data since July 1, 2014. This dataset describes the various pay codes which make up the complex compensation of employees of the City's Department of Water and Power (DWP). The Category field indicates which column of the DWP Payroll dataset (https://controllerdata.lacity.org/Payroll/DWP-Payroll/fq29-mxsy) that particular pay code relates to.
Pay codes are governed by the Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) between the DWP and its labor representatives; State, City and Federal law; and Departmental policy.
Housing and Community Investment Department's (HCID) monitoring data from 2014. HCID’s inventory does not include all of the affordable units administered by the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) - HACLA’s portfolio includes 79,379 units, which consist of Public Housing Units, Housing Choice Vouchers, Project Based Section 8 properties and other housing assistance program units. Source: HACLA’s 2016 Final Agency Plan.
As of March 31, 2014. Balance of all Funds for the City of Los Angeles. Includes General Fund, Reserve Fund, Budget Stabilization Fund, and Special Funds.
Includes descriptions, but does not include financial data for Fire and Police Pensions, City Employees' Retirement Systems, and the Departments of Water and Power, Harbor and Airports since these departments utilize their own financial systems and prepare independent financial statements, which are available on their websites.
Net Position is the difference between the City’s assets and liabilities, including deferred outflows/inflows of resources. This data summarizes the change in Net Position by Change Types, Asset Types, and Activities. This data is based on the following parameters: Accrual Basis of Accounting, Last Ten Fiscal Years and (amounts expressed in thousands).