This guide is to help readers – specifically those who are not familiar with public sector financial statements – improve their ability to review and interpret government financial reports.
The audit looked at the accessibility of the disability assistance program, the accuracy and timeliness of eligibility decisions, and whether the program contributes to improved outcomes for clients.
This audit emphasizes the importance of government ensuring its procurement practices and policies are fair and consistently achieve the right services at the right price and time.
This audit determines whether the method and extent of the supervision of the province's credit unions are appropriate, including whether the Financial Institutions Commission uses an appropriate supervisory framework for monitoring BC Credit Unions.
The purpose of this audit is to determine whether Emergency Management BC (EMBC) can demonstrate that it is adequately prepared to manage the effects of a catastrophic earthquake and is publicly reporting on the Province's preparedness for such an event.
In August 2010, The Office of the Auditor General first looked at cash flow management in the college and school district sectors and found that government was not realizing best value. In this update report, we discuss the limited progress made since 2010.
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