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Philip R. Carrizosa

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Employment History

  • Editor, Senior Communications Specialist
    Administrative Office of the Courts
  • Spokesperson
    Administrative Office of the Courts
  • Spokesman
  • Editor
    Daily Journal
  • Editor, Writer
    Daily Journal
  • Staff Writer
    Daily Journal
  • Member, Executive Office of Communications
    Judicial Council of California
  • Spokesman for the Administrative Office of the Courts
    Judicial Council of California
  • Spokesperson
    Judicial Council of California
  • Spokesman for the State Administrative Office
  • Director of Programs and Publications
    California Supreme Court
83 Total References
Web References
Court case management system gets harsh review from state auditor, 1 Mar 2011 [cached]
The courts do not include operations and maintenance costs for CCMS as part of the project cost, said AOC spokesman Philip Carrizosa. They also do not include the "nonproject" costs for development, deployment and maintenance of earlier test systems that eventually will be replaced. Nonproject operations and maintenance costs account for the difference, Carrizosa said.
Philip R. Carrizosa of the ..., 1 Feb 2012 [cached]
Philip R. Carrizosa of the executive office of communications at the Judicial Council of California, the Administrative Office of the Courts, confirmed the authenticity of Price's email regarding gender identification and sexual orientation to THE WEEKLY STANDARD.
The fund, set aside to erect ..., 13 July 2011 [cached]
The fund, set aside to erect or restore 41 courthouses across the state, now has $188 million left, down from nearly $500 million, said Philip Carrizosa, spokesman for the Judicial Council of California's Administrative Office of the Courts.
"We're looking at how we could possibly absorb this (budget cut)," he said. "Anything is possible right now."
While the state has said it will give back the money, exactly when that would happen is unknown, Carrizosa said.
The Judicial Council, which manages the state court system, is also facing a $350 million cut to the system's operating budget, Carrizosa said.
The council will meet July 22 to consider a plan for absorbing the loss of funds.
"Until we are told otherwise, we are proceeding on all (courthouse construction) projects," Carrizosa said.
Individual courts may have to cut hours because of the raid, he said. However, council members want to avoid any court closures, he added.
Locating an SCV courthouse Meanwhile, the Judicial Council is considering locations for the new Santa Clarita Valley courthouse, but it does not know when a decision on the location will be reached, Carrizosa said.
The Judicial Council hopes to hire a construction manager for the new courthouse by early 2012, start bidding for subcontractors by early 2013, and complete the project within three years, Carrizosa said.
The council hired Santa Monica-based architecture firm Moore Ruble Yudell to design the courthouse.
"We want to provide the people of Santa Clarita with the best possible courthouse that we can for the least amount of money," Carrizosa said.
The estimated cost of all the ..., 19 Dec 2011 [cached]
The estimated cost of all the projects is $5 billion, said Philip Carrizosa, spokesman for the state Administrative Office of the Courts.
Top Court Executives Got Raises, Report Says - SEIU Local 721, 1 Jan 2009 [cached]
Philip Carrizosa, a spokesman for the AOC, said in an e-mail that some of the outsized raises were necessary to keep top-level employees. He said others received big raises because of "increased job responsibilities," even though their job titles did not change.
"In most instances, the employee was at the lower end of the salary range for their position and raises were made within the salary range without promoting the employee to a new job classification," Carrizosa wrote in the e-mail.
Carrizosa said the three employees received raises when the new director, Lee Willoughby, took over and gave them added responsibilities.
"The raises reflect his restructuring of the office and changes of assignments and related equity adjustments," Carrizosa wrote.
According to Carrizosa, those pay raises included that 3.5 percent merit increase. The additional compensation was, "based on the need to remain competitive with other courts.
"As you are probably aware, some courts pay their court executives more than the AOC pays its executive staff," he wrote.
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