Government Compensation
in California

Notice to Our Website Visitors - Due to server maintenance at our website host (the state’s Office of Technology Services), the Controller’s GCC application may be unavailable for up to 30 minutes, Friday, May 27, 2016, between the hours of 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. Pacific Time. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, and we will update this message if this schedule changes. – The Controller’s Web Support Team

Welcome to the Government Compensation in California (GCC) Website

This system currently contains salary and compensation information for public entities in California, including 58 counties, more than 450 cities, more than 2,900 special districts, more than 100 higher education providers, K-12 schools, Superior Courts, First 5 Commissions, Fairs & Expositions, and most state employees for a total of more than 2 million positions.

Browse the Data

Just looking around? Feel free to dive into any of the following datasets we've gathered:

Looking for missing data?

Not included in the database at this time are state positions that are not paid by the Controller, including: staff of legislators and staff of the Lieutenant Governor.

A list of entities that have yet to file salary and compensation reports—or that have filed incomplete or otherwise non-compliant reports—is also available.

Top Reports

For quick hits, check out our most popular reports for our data.

Or use our Report Builder to create your own.

Raw Data Exports

If you're a researcher, business, or just someone interested in diving deeper into the data we collect, feel free to download the full datasets from our system.

For Reporting Entities

To have your information appear, you will need to submit your data to the Controller's Office.

Comments? Suggestions?

This project is a work-in-progress, and we welcome all feedback. Please feel free to email any ideas you have as we expand and improve this site.

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New Features

The updated Government Compensation in California website has these new features: