Little Hoover Commission

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The California Little Hoover Commission (LHC), officially the Milton Marks "Little Hoover" Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy,[1] is an independent California state oversight agency modeled after the Hoover Commission and created in 1962, that investigates state government operations and promotes efficiency, economy and improved service through reports, recommendations and legislative proposals.[2]

The Bureau of State Audits (BSA) is a bureau of the Little Hoover Commission created in SB 37 in 1993.[3]

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  1. ^ California Government Code §8501
  2. ^ About Us, Little Hoover Commission 
  3. ^ Chapter 12, Statutes of 1993, codified at Government Code § 8543, etc.

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