|Last Published: 10/25/2005 10:46:05 AM|
|Upon Roll Call the following members were present:|
|Presided:||1 - JIM ROWLAND|
|Present:||3 - TROY NASH, TERRY RILEY, JOHN FAIRFIELD|
|051003||Reducing an appropriation in the Capital Improvements Fund in the amount of $230,000.00 and appropriating it to an account in the Capital Improvements Fund for parkway improvements at the Police Academy in the First Council District.|
BUDGET AND AUDIT COMMITTEE recommends "ADVANCE AND DO PASS, DEBATE"
Troy Schulte,Budget Department, explained that the resolution was for the purpose to allow the reduction of funds in the Capital Improvement Fund in the amount of $230,000.00 and appropriating it to an account in the Capital Improvement fund for the improvements at the Police Academy in the first council district.
Ayes: 4 - Rowland, Nash, Riley, Fairfield
|050715||Amending Article VIII of the Administrative Code of Kansas City, Missouri, relating to the Classification and Compensation Plan, by repealing Section 2-1078, and adopting in lieu thereof a new section of like number, which modifies the current monthly minimum and maximum salary range to reflect the accurate pay range for the Deputy Fire Chief and the monthly maximum salary for the Construction Code Inspector Supervisor and Airport Police Lieutenant.|
BUDGET AND AUDIT COMMITTEE recommends "HOLD ON AGENDA (9/6/2005)"
This item was held until 09/06/2005
| ||Management Letter and OMB Circular A-133 Audit Report for the period ended April 30, 2004.
There will be general discussion regarding current Budget & Audit issues.|
| ||Patrick Klein, KPMG, testified regarding the Management letter and the findings of the external audit. The overall findings of the audit indicated that there was adequate policy and procedure in place. However the audit identified a problem with improper reporting and adherence to the policy and procedure. He stated that there was inconsistent reporting and errors in reconciliation. The auditors recommended penalty for late reporting and more frequent reconciliation (6) months. (see handouts)|
| ||Performance Audit: Water System Security
Performance Audit: Managing the Risks of Increased Debt
City Auditor's Office 2005 Annual Report|
| ||Julie Acres, IT, explained that there had been a lease cost over run due to the fact that some of the PC had not been returned and the end of their life cycle and others had been returned prior to that cycle ending. The cost over runs is an estimated $40,000. The members asked if this problem had been rectified. Ms. Acres responded that they had not been resolved but there are steps being taken.The Chairmen asked Ms. Acres follow up with the specifics of cost, inventory reconciliation with IBM.|