Philadelphia Zoo, Performance Audit
DIANE Publishing, 1997 - 86 pages
Focusing on the Phila. Zoo's operating results for FY1992 through FY1996, this audit was performed to determine if the Zoo was operating in such a manner as to ensure that it would maintain the current level of financial independence from the City and to identify opportunities for increasing revenues and reducing costs to help foster that independence. Identifies obstacles to self-sufficiency, evaluates the job that the Zoo is doing, and presents recommendations for improvements addressed at both the Zoo and the City. Includes responses to the audit by Alexander Hoskins, Pres. of the Zoological Society of Phila., as well as the City admin.
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