UNIONDALE - Despite hundreds of layoffs and a new plan to restructure the county's police department, Nassau officials have not gone far enough to plug a massive budget gap, according to the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (NIFA).NIFA board members met today to review County Executive Ed Mangano's (R-Nassau) efforts to fix the county's finances. Instead of submitting a plan by today's deadline, county officials called the NIFA board to say a plan exists, according to board director Christopher Wright.Wright says that at this point, Nassau officials "are at least a day late on today's deadline and definitely a dollar short." According to Wright, the board has only seen about $40 million in savings, instead of the $150 million needed to fix the budget hole.Mangano plans police revamp in Nassau CountyCritics take aim at Nassau Exec. Mangano's precinct planMore than 260 Nassau workers get pink slipsDozens of Nassau workers demoted to cut costs