It is recommended that the Chief Administrative Officer initiate a process whereby all information technology acquisitions throughout the City, including the Agencies, Boards and Commissions, are effectively planned and coordinated. Such a process take into account the potential of establishing a corporate governance model which provides the appropriate level of authority for initiating, coordinating and […]
The objective of this review was to determine if the accounts receivable balances of $4,486,447 as at March 31, 2004 represent enforceable claims for services provided. These receivables are applicable to the recreation facilities only and do not include other receivables administered by the Department. As previously indicated, this report is restricted to comments relating […]
The purpose of this review was to evaluate the information technology management and administration of the CLASS Recreation Registration and Permitting System, in the Parks and Recreation Division of the Economic Development, Culture and Tourism Department.
The Auditor General issued a report dated December 12, 2013, entitled “Oracle Database Review – Security Controls and Other Issues”. The purpose of the report was to review security controls relating to the City’s Oracle Databases managed by the Information and Technology Division of the Corporate Services Department. It is recommended that in accordance with […]
It has been the general policy of the Auditor General’s Office to issue Management Letters on engagements where an audit report is issued. The purpose of a Management Letter is to provide and document to management, internal control weaknesses and suggestions for improving controls. There may be cases where there are no material internal control […]
The adoption of certain recommendations contained in this report will strengthen internal controls and result in efficiencies, cost savings and additional revenue. It is anticipated that potential additional annual revenue in the range of $550,000 to $1,000,000 primarily from increased provincial subsidies, could be generated. The extent of future cost savings is not determinable at […]
The Auditor General’s Office contracted with LRTS Investigations Inc. to perform a review of the City’s contracts with Network Architecture Group Inc. and EDS Canada Inc. and its companies. This report provides a brief summary of LRTS’s findings and includes their complete report as an Appendix.
The Toronto Maintenance Management System is a critical tool for the management of the Transportation Services Division’s operations. The objectives for auditing the Toronto Maintenance Management System were to assess how well the system supports the operations of the Transportation Services Division and whether the ongoing development and delivery of the system is in accordance […]
The Parks and Recreation Division provides a wide range of programs and services that result in the collection and handling of significant amounts of cash, which by its nature, is susceptible to loss and misappropriation. In response to the audit risk associated with the level of cash handled, the Auditor General’s Office included in its […]