2007 Audits

05-30-07 -- 07-109 - Senior Affairs Payroll

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) performed a payroll audit of the Department of Senior Affairs (DSA). DSA has 95 full time employees. DSA also hires seasonal and student employees as needed. The estimated actual for FY06 expenditures for personnel was $3.04 million. The approved FY07 budget for personnel expenditures is $3.37 million.

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05-30-07 -- 06-111 - City Operators Permit, Citywide

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) conducted a management audit of City Operators Permits (COP). The COP Policy requires that employees must have a valid State of New Mexico driver’s license, and pass the City’s Defensive Driving Course to obtain a COP. The COP Policy also requires that department directors ensure that employee drivers have a COP to drive a motor vehicle on official City of Albuquerque business.

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04-18-07 -- 07-02-108 - Follow-Up APD Expenditures

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations performed a Follow-up of Audit No. 02-108, Albuquerque Police Department Expenditures, issued June 30, 2004. The purpose of our follow-up is to report on the progress made by the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) management in addressing our findings and recommendations.

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01-31-07 -- 06-108-City Vendor Audit-Corporate Express (City)

Corporate Express (CE) is the City of Albuquerque’s (City) Just in Time contract (contract) supply vendor. From the inception of the contract on February 1, 2005 through September 30, 2006, the City purchased approximately $1,999,000 in supplies. The Department of Finance and Administrative Services (DFAS) Internal Services Section, places a 5% surcharge per purchase on each City department as a management fee for the contract.

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01-31-07 -- 06-109 -Management Audit - Housing Authority Fund

The United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides federal funding to the City of Albuquerque through Albuquerque Housing Services (AHS). AHS is a division of the Department of Family and Community Services (DFCS) and administers programs designed to help low and moderate income families with housing, rent subsidies, housing rehabilitations, homeownership opportunities and self sufficiency.

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12-13-06 -- 07-02-117F Follow-Up - Human Resources Dept. Payroll

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) performed a Follow-up of Audit No. 02-117, Human Resources Department Payroll, issued February 12, 2003. The purpose of our Follow-up is to report on the progress made by Human Resources Department (HRD) management in addressing our findings and recommendations.

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10-25-06 -- 07-03-122F Follow-Up - Neighborhood Park Development

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) performed a Follow-up of Audit No. 03-122, Neighborhood Park Development issued on April 29, 2004. The purpose of our Follow-up is to report on the progress made by the Department of Municipal Development (DMD) management, the Parks and Recreation Department (Parks) management, and the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) in addressing our findings and recommendations.

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07-26-06 -- 05-110 Special Audit - Council Services Department

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.

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