This report represents the results of our review of the Management of City Information Technology Assets conducted as part of the Auditor General’s 2005 Annual Work Plan.
The recommendations contained in this report address concerns identified during the Auditor General’s review of two specific construction contracts. The issues raised likely are applicable to other contracts throughout the City. The implementation of the recommendations will improve the way the City manages its major contracts.
This report covers the two Let’s Build projects, 3810 Bathurst Street and 1555 Jane Street. Our review identified a number of areas requiring improvement. The City has now created an Affordable Housing Office to undertake, among other things, the activities of the Let’s Build Program. Therefore, the recommendations in this report have been directed to […]
The implementation of the recommendations contained in this report will provide the Auditor General with the ability to access the records of Toronto Hydro, TEDCO and TCHC. Such access would allow City Council to request the Auditor General’s Office to conduct specific audit work, if at some point the City’s interests were compromised.
The objective of this audit was to assess whether maintenance and cleaning costs for City-owned buildings are being managed economically, efficiently and in compliance with appropriate policies and legislative requirements.
This report is in response to the request of the Toronto Police Services Board that the Auditor General conduct a review of an internally developed information technology project called Enterprise Case and Occurence Processing System (eCOPS).
The attached report entitled, “Recovery of Social Assistance Overpayments, Toronto Social Services,” discusses the findings from our audit in detail and outlines 14 recommendations that will improve the internal controls in the City’s administration of social assistance funds and strengthen program efficiency and effectiveness in recovering overpayments from inactive cases.
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 […]