TAHOMA, Calif. — California's nonpartisan watchdog agency said in a report Thursday that the state's use of public-private partnerships has fallen short.

The Legislative Analyst's Office said in the report that the two state agencies that entered into the P3 agreements – the California Department of Transportation and the Administrative Office of the Courts – could have done better with the funding tool that brings private companies into public infrastructure projects.

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