Our objective is to make the City a better place to live. We do this by ensuring that City government is efficient, effective, and accountable to the citizens.
City Ordinance 21011 (B) ROA 1994 requires the Internal Audit Division to perform a quarterly review of City expenditures and encumbrances for each fiscal year. This report is presented to the City Council to satisfy the Fiscal Year (FY) 2006 third quarter requirement.
Table B - Financial Status Report. Expenditures, Appropriations, and Annual Projections. All Funks Other Than General Fund. 3rd Quarter Projections, FY/06.
The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations performed a Followup Review of Audit No. 02125, Zoo Train and Related Facilities and BioPark Revenues. The purpose of our followup was to review the status of the audit recommendations that had been implemented.
The Council Services Department (Council Services) houses both the Councilors’ offices as well as the Council staff. Three principal units of organization operate under the guidance of the Director of Council Services – Legislative/Council Support Services, Constituent Services and Community Relations, and Policy Evaluation and Development Services.
The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) performed a Followup Review of Audit No. 01119, Refuse Incentive Pay Program (Program) dated January 15, 2004. The purpose of our followup was to review the status of the audit recommendations that have been implemented by the Solid Waste Management Department (SWMD).
The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations performed a personnel practices audit on the Parks and Recreation Department (PRD) from July 2003 through April 2006.