The Office of the City Controller released a report from the 2017 fiscal year that’s highly critical of the city’s accounting practices — namely, the $33 million in funds that are still unaccounted for.
Her office also picked up another $924 million in accounting errors.
The missing millions highlight a multitude of problems that gives Philadelphia an unwanted top ranking.
“Compared to the other top ten largest cities,” said Rhynhart in a statement, “Philadelphia has by far the largest number of reportable internal control findings.”
Rhynhart is calling on the Kenney administration to come up with a comprehensive plan and timeline to address the reports findings.