This is a document submitted by the City Manager in Berkeley, California, for review by the Mayor and the City Council. It discusses the implementation of the Fleet Vehicle Management Audit of 1994.
The document begins by listing the 13 findings of the audit, then goes into more detail with each one, stating the recommendation and the City Manager's response to the finding and recommendation.
This communication with the Mayor is a good model for other cities because it describes the findings of the audit, the recommendations, and the City Manager's opinion, which makes it easy for the Mayor to make a decision. It paints a clear picture of the status of the fleet pool in Berkeley, which had not been as successful as the City Manager had hoped.
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