City Of Philadelphia Office Of The Controller
As the independent financial watchdog for the City of Philadelphia, it is the mission of the City Controller to promote the effective and efficient operation of Philadelphia government by identifying cost savings, recommending best practices and modernization, and exposing fraud and mismanagement. Under City Controller Rebecca Rhynhart, the office is committed to transparency, accountability and good government.
OnePhilly System Review Fiscal Year 2019
The Controller’s Office released a report on OnePhilly, the City’s system for Human Resources, Benefits, Payroll, Time and Attendance, and Pension, finding multiple breakdowns in the system’s functionality and controls that led to employees being paid incorrectly and inefficiencies across departments.
Impact of COVID-19 on Philadelphia’s Small Businesses
A four-part report series on the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Philadelphia’s small business community.
Independent Review of City’s Response to Civil Unrest
The Controller’s Office announced that it will be conducting an independent review of the City’s response to civil unrest in Philadelphia, which will look at operational and resource deployment and tactics used throughout the demonstrations.
Rebecca Rhynhart, City Controller
In January 2018, Rebecca Rhynhart made history when she was sworn in as City Controller for the City of Philadelphia, the first woman ever to hold the position. As City Controller, she is committed to using a positive, results-oriented approach with City departments. She will work to restore the public’s trust in government – good government – that works for the people. She will audit every department, every year to cut waste and root out fraud and mismanagement, as well as to recommend modernization tactics and best practices that could result in millions of dollars of savings annually.
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