The review team is the second appointed by Snyder to pore over Detroit's books. A year ago, the first team stopped short of declaring a financial emergency, which would have provided the governor with the impetus to appoint a manager.
Instead, Snyder and Bing worked out a consent agreement last spring that would keep him on as mayor while providing some state support for Detroit's restructuring.
The deal came without any direct state funding.
"I think we can manage our way out of this, but not without support," Bing said Tuesday.
Bing has been stymied in some of his efforts by a City Council reluctant to rubber stamp some promises made to the state. On Tuesday, he applauded the board for approving more than $7 million in outside legal and other contracts related to Detroit's restructuring.
The nine-member council also voted 6-3 to approve Bing's recommendation to remove Krystal Crittendon as Detroit's corporation counsel. Bing said Crittendon will return to a position she held previously in the city's Law Department.
Crittendon has been a burr in Bing's side for months. He accused her of stalling his office's movement toward fulfilling some requirements called for in the consent agreement.
She asked the state Court of Claims to overturn the consent agreement. A judge later dismissed the suit.
Bing asked Crittendon to resign in June. She refused.