Publications

Progress Audit: Credit Union Supervision in B.C.

July 2016
This progress audit examines whether the Financial Institutions Commission, its oversight body, and the Ministry of Finance have fairly and accurately represented their progress against the recommendations made in our 2014 audit, Credit Union Supervision in British Columbia.

Annual Report and Financial Statements 2015/16

June 2016
The annual report on the Office's performance and financial position with accompanying financial statements.

Progress Audit Report: Effectiveness of B.C. Community Corrections

May 2016
This progress audit looks at whether or not the B.C. Community Corrections Division has fairly and accurately represented its progress against select recommendations made in the Effectiveness of B.C. Community Corrections audit, originally published in December 2011.

Access to Adult Tertiary Mental Health and Substance Use Services

May 2016
This report focuses on how B.C.'s health system manages access to adult tertiary mental health and substance use services, the highest level of care available for individuals with mental health and/or substance use issues.

Improving Budgeting and Expenditure Management in the Public Education System

May 2016
This audit looked at the development of budgets, and the monitoring and control of expenditures in a sample of four school districts. Appendix A of the report contains a list of 20 questions that school boards can use to self-assess their budgeting and expenditure management. A printer-friendly version is available here.

An Audit of Mid-Size Capital Procurement in Post-Secondary Institutions

May 2016
This audit examined the prioritization, planning, activities, and assessment of capital procurement projects within the Ministry of Advanced Education and post-secondary institutions.

An Audit of Compliance and Enforcement of the Mining Sector

May 2016
This audit looked at whether or not the Ministry of Energy and Mines and the Ministry of Environment's compliance and enforcement activities of the mining sector are protecting the province from significant environmental risks.

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