State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA)
Government Code sections 13400 through 13407, known as the State Leadership Accountability Act (SLAA), was enacted to reduce the waste of resources and strengthen internal control. SLAA requires each state agency to maintain effective systems of internal control, to evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of these controls on an ongoing basis, and to biennially report on the adequacy of the agency's systems of internal control.
Government Code sections 13400 through 13407 were previously known as the Financial Integrity and State Manager's Accountability Act of 1983 (FISMA). The code sections were recently modified and updated through legislative action including a name change to SLAA.
- Corrective Action Plans are due December 31, 2016. Please sign in to your SLAA web portal to complete and submit your plan by the due date.
- Non-Compliers List Updated February 22, 2017
- Optional Report Transmittal Letter
- Report Template
- Report Example
- SLAA Reporting Cycle Flowchart
Guidelines and Instructions
- SLAA Overview
- California Government Code Sections 13400 through 13407
- Ongoing Monitoring General Framework and Guidelines
- Frequently Asked Questions Updated September 2, 2016
Risk Assessment Process
- Control Environment Questions
- Risk Aggregation Worksheets
- Risk Assessment Matrix
- SLAA Risks and Definitions
- SLAA Cycle
Corrective Action Plan Reporting
For questions regarding SLAA, please contact us by email or phone.
To view Finance's SLAA Report, click here.