The Internal Audit Department released its Fleet Maintenance, Audit 15-15

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City of Tampa (COT)’s Fleet Maintenance Division is responsible for the maintenance of City vehicles and equipment. It also manages the City’s fuel program and helps departments and divisions by making recommendations regarding the replacement of vehicles. As of April 2016, Fleet had a total staff complement of 51, of whom 30 were technicians and 5 service attendants. Division operations are carried out at two facilities, one of which is dedicated to Tampa Fire Rescue (TFR) apparatus and equipment. There are 61 repair bays at the central garage complex and eight at TFR. COT’s equipment inventory report ran in September 2015 listed 3,459 vehicles and equipment, 2,656 of them on-road units.

The report in its entirety can be viewed on