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Sheet1 Page 1 VEHICLE ASSIGNMENTS BACKGROUND: The city has approximately 2800 vehicles of all types which require a license tag. To regulate the use of the vehicles the city has written policies governing vehicle assignments, parking areas, use after work hours, and etc. The city also maintains a motor pool for administrative use in the downtown area. Approximately 40 vehicles are in the pool. In addition, individual vehicle assignments fall into two broad categories: take home, and non-take home. The ladder consists of vehicles that are permanently assigned during work hours only and must be parked on city property at the end of the work day. There are various remote parking lots that are used. The take home plan is usually reserved for senior management and individuals on call that routinely come to work at odd hours on an emergency basis. SCOPE: The audit period will be the vehicles on record as of the latest fixed asset report. The evaluation of control and compliance will be as of the last day of the field work. The audit will focus on take home and non-take home vehicles. The downtown motor pool will be excluded. In addition, asset accountability will be reviewed. PLANNING: 1. Prepare and send an entrance letter to the Fleet Manager and the Director of Administration. 2. Prepare a planning audit program with a time budget for the preliminary work. Discuss the scope and direction of the audit with your team leader and the Audit Manager. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 05/16/2011 for the course AUDIT 201 taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '11 term at Symbiosis International University.

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