Providing Services for Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committees




Keynote Presentation by Moss Adams:  

Strong Bond Oversight Support

Little Hoover Commission, Report: June 2009, Bond Spending: Expanding & Enhancing Oversight

Little Hoover Commission, Report #236, February 2017,
Borrowed Money: Opportunities for Stronger Bond Oversight

Both of these reports were based on testimony from taxpayers and other organizations, including Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

  • League of Women Voters of California,
  • California State PTA,
  • California Association of County Treasurers and Tax Collectors,
  • Fiscal Crisis & Management Assistance Team,
  • State Controller,
  • State Auditor,
  • State Allocation Board
  • Education Audit Appeal Panel


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CABOC Purpose 
CABOC is the trusted and independent source-of information, education, training, and assistance on school bond oversight to CBOC members and California taxpayers. Proposition 39 (2000) lowered the threshold for local voter approval of school bond measures to 55%. It was accompanied by the mandate to establish independent CBOCs to oversee school bond expenditures and report findings to governing boards, taxpayers, and the general public.

Our mission is to develop the tools: training materials, newsletters, workshops, and conferences to enable CBOC members to engage in rigorous independent oversight and fulfill their obligations to ensure and report that bond money has been spent adequately for the benefit of students, families, their communities, and all Californians and to represent our collective interests at the statewide level.

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$180.8 Billion Proposition 39 School Bonds Have Been Approved by Voters

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Anton Jungherr, Co-Founder & Executive Director • 121 Ash Court, Hercules, CA 94547