City of Toronto staff rely on a fleet of just under 5,000 vehicles and equipment valued at $330 million to deliver many services to the public, such as picking up waste, repairing roads, and maintaining our parks and communities. The Fleet Services Division is tasked with the annual purchase, rental, and disposal of this diverse […]
City of Toronto staff rely on their fleet to deliver many services to the public, such as picking up waste, repairing roads, and maintaining our parks and communities. The Fleet Services Division is tasked with keeping this diverse array of vehicles and equipment up and running. This video summarizes the audit report. By The Numbers […]
High Number of Underutilized Vehicles Using an annual threshold of 5,000 km or 125 engine hours, we identified 230 vehicles in 2018 from 15 City divisions and one corporation that were underutilized. This represents 18 per cent of the fleet’s light duty vehicles, up from 15 per cent in 2017. The City paid $10 million […]
The Auditor General initiated this review as a result of a number of complaints received by the City’s Fraud and Waste Hotline. Generally, investigations relating to complaints to the Fraud and Waste Hotline are summarized in our annual report on the activities of the Hotline program and as a result are not reported separately. In […]
The Auditor General’s 2013 Work Plan included a review of City fuel use. The objective of this review was to determine if there are adequate controls in place to monitor fuel used by the City’s fleet. This report contains six recommendations along with a management response to each of the recommendations. The implementation of these […]
This report presents the results of Phase Two of a two-part review of the City’s fleet operations conducted as part of the Auditor General’s 2004 Annual Work Plan. The Phase One report was tabled at the February 2004 Audit Committee meeting. This report also responds to three other fleet-related referrals as follows: A. Audit Committee’s […]
The objectives of the review were to assess the effectiveness of the City’s fleet operations with respect to the specific areas covered in the review and identify opportunities for improvement, cost savings and improved efficiencies and controls.