Publications

Public Sector Governance: A Guide to the Principles of Good Practice; How are We Doing: The Public Reporting of Performance Measures in British Columbia

December 2008
A best practices governance model and an overview of performance measure reporting. The report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on June 10, 2010.

Planning for School Seismic Safety

December 2008
Reviews Ministry of Education processes for school earthquake preparedness. The report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on June 9, 2010.

Public Participation: Principles and Best Practices for British Columbia

November 2008
A public participation framework intended to assist in the design and delivery of public participation. The report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on December 10, 2008.

A Major Renovation: Trades Training in British Columbia

November 2008
Examines how well the government and the Industry Training Authority are leading and managing the trades training system. The report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on November 17, 2010.

Follow-up Report: Updates on the implementation of recommendations from recent reports (October 2008)

October 2008
The report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on November 30, 2009.

Observations on Financial Reporting: Audit Findings Report on the 2007/08 Summary Financial Statements

October 2008
An annual report to inform legislators and the public about the Auditor General’s opinion of government’s Summary Financial Statements. The report was discussed by the Legislative Assembly’s Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts on December 1, 2009.

Public Participation

October 2008
Organizations that are strong in conducting public participation commonly adopt a set of principles. This ensures that a common set of values characterize any public participation effort, while permitting the flexibility necessary to cater to the range of public participation settings. This report summarizes examples of commonly used principles for engaging in public participation.

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