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.
The Summary Report: Winter 2014 shares findings from two projects: Health Shared Services BC and the K-12 Funding Allocation Model. It also recognizes some of the good work done in Government, which may not otherwise be shared in a public realm.
University Board Governance Examinations is the third report in a series on board governance. It examines the board governance practices of three BC universities: the University of Victoria (UVic), Capilano University and Thompson Rivers University (TRU), as well as the Ministry of Advanced Education in providing support for university governance and accountability.
An audit to determine whether the Ministry of Health, health authorities, and the Medical Services Commission are ensuring that British Columbians receive value for money for physician services.
This is an annual report summarizing the results of IT audits and IT-related management letter findings from financial audits. The report includes:
- An Overview of the BC Government's Capital Spending in Information Technology
- The Status of General Information Technology Controls in the Government of British Columbia
- Web Application Security Audit
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