VEHR - VEHICLE REPLACEMENT BACKGROUND: Fleet Maintenance is...

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Sheet1 Page 1 VEHICLE REPLACEMENT BACKGROUND: Fleet Maintenance is responsible for procurement, disposition, distribution, and management of a vehicle fleet of sufficient size and type to meet the needs of the city. They are also responsible for the accumulation of vehicle data (mileage, fuel usage, cost of repairs etc.) through their accounting and billing system. Vehicles are acquired by Fleet Maintenance for general use by the operating departments. In addition, the decision to retire vehicles also rests with Fleet Maintenance. It is the policy of the city to retire vehicles after seven years of service. This audit will determine if such a policy is cost beneficial. SCOPE: The audit period is for vehicle dispositions that have taken place during the last fiscal year. Vehicles that are retired are sold at auction to the public as is. That is, vehicles are not fixed up to be sold and there is no warranty issued. PLANNING: 1. Prepare an entrance letter and forward it to the Director of Fleet Maintenance. 2. Prepare a planning program and budget for the preliminary work
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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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