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11-28-07 -- 07-102 - Management Audit - Lodgers' Tax Receipts, DFAS

A five percent tax is collected by lodging facilities located within the Albuquerque City limits for rooms rented 30 days or less. The lodging facilities remit the tax collected to the City on a monthly basis. As of June 30, 2006, the City had approximately 175 lodging facilities. These facilities included hotels, motels, bed and breakfasts, RV parks, hostels and apartment complexes.

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.

09-20-07 -- 07-04-112F - Follow-Up - Payroll Audit - Council Services

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) performed a follow-up of 04-112, Payroll Audit, Council Services Department (Council Services) dated February 22, 2006. The purpose of our follow-up is to report on the progress made by Council Services management in addressing our findings and recommendations.

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.

05-14-08 -- 08-01-106F2 Second Follow-Up - City Management of the Downtown Action Team Lease and the Downtown Albuquerque Business Improvement District

The Office of Internal Audit and Investigations (OIAI) performed a second follow-up of Audit No. 01-106DAT, Management of the Downtown Action Team (DAT) Lease and the Downtown Albuquerque Business Improvement District (BID), which was issued August 25, 2004. OIAI issued the first follow-up report on August 30, 2006. The purpose of our follow-up is to report on the progress made by the City in addressing our findings and recommendations.

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.

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.