This follow-up report contains the self-assessed progress of ministries and organizations in implementing the recommendations from recent reports. It also contains the results of the Office's two first examinations of self-assessed progress.
This report assesses school board structures and activities as well as the Ministry of Education's support school district governance and accountability. Three school districts – SD36 Surrey, SD75 Mission and SD27 Cariboo-Chilcotin – were selected for inclusion in this compendium report of governance examinations.
This project examines whether boards of B.C.'s government entities are receiving and using the information needed to effectively fulfill their functions, and to assess progress since our report of December 2009: Making the Right Decisions: Information Use by the Boards of Public Sector Organizations.
The purpose of this audit was to determine whether MOTI and Partnerships British Columbia provided government with sufficient, rigorous information to enable it to make well-informed decisions.
This audit assessed whether government achieved its objective of a carbon neutral public sector, asking the following questions:
- Does government take sufficient actions to minimize its greenhouse gas emissions?
- Does government purchase the required offsets and are they credible?
- Does government appropriately evaluate and report on the achievement of its objectives?
We carried out this audit to determine whether air ambulance services delivered by the BC Ambulance Service provide quality, timely and safe patient care.
This report provides an update on the publically-reported findings from the 2012/13 report Audit of the Legislative Assembly's Financial Records, as well as new information identified through the OAG's ongoing audit procedures at the Legislative Assembly.
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