The Internal Audit Department released its Banking and Cashiering-Parks and Recreation, Audit 14-05C

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The Banking and Cashiering Division is a unit of the Revenue and Finance Department and is responsible for the oversight and reconciliation of all cash equivalents received Citywide. 

The Parks and Recreation Department has 43 sites located throughout the City that provide programs and services to the community and are cash collection points.  The RecTrac system is used by the Parks and Recreation Department to manage enrollments in programs and to track fees assessed, and payments received.  The Banking and Cashiering Division perform the bank reconciliation for the 43 sites.  From October 1, 2013, through March 31, 2014, $932,380 was collected for programs and services provided by the Parks and Recreation Department.

The report in its entirety can be viewed on