An information piece on the Ministry of Environment's oversight of product stewardship (recycling) with a focus on Multi-Material BC.
This audit looked at whether the Ministry of Technology, Innovation and Citizens' Services and Health Shared Services BC completed appropriate due diligence when expanding government's 2004 agreement with the service provider to include the health authorities, and when extending the timeframe of the original agreement.
This audit looked at whether the Office of the Chief Information Officer, and a sample of five ministries, is managing the use of mobile devices in a manner that maintains the security of sensitive government data.
The Financial Statement Audit Coverage Plan outlines a three-year financial audit plan for the Auditor General, detailing which government organizations our Office will audit directly and which will be audited by private sector auditors. The plan is prepared according to the Auditor General Act and professional auditing standards, and presented to the Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts for approval. This plan was discussed and approved by the Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on October 5, 2016.
This report combines knowledge from previous audits with extensive research on IT-enabled projects in B.C. and other jurisdictions to identify common reasons for success and failure. It contains guidance and other resources, and is intended to help those charged with oversight of IT-enabled projects achieve greater success.
A list of 56 performance audit projects that are either in progress or will begin over the next three years. This list is updated every year, and may change if new priorities emerge.
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. This report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly's Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on October 5, 2016.