Publications

Annual Follow-up Report: Performance Audit Recommendations (2019 – 2022)

May 2024
This report provides an update on the status of 130 audit recommendations that government organizations committed to implementing to improve their programs and services. The follow-up process covers 24 performance audits conducted between 2019 and 2022. 

Service Plan 2024/25 – 2026/27

October 2023
This document is prepared in alignment with the Auditor General Act, the Budget Transparency and Accountability Act, and the Performance Reporting Principles for the B.C. Public Service. It accompanies our budget submission for the same period so that our work plan and performance targets correspond to our funding requests. The foundation we’ve built over recent years is strong. We keep a steadfast focus on the people and product of our office. We are grateful for the resources entrusted to us to fulfill our mandate. Our service plan’s strategies will sustain the momentum we’ve created in recent years and it will guide our drive for improvement.
Report cover image showing all 18 audits included in the follow-up report

Annual Follow-up Report: Status of Performance Audit Recommendations (2019 – 2021)

July 2023
Our office has followed-up on 112 recommendations made to B.C. government organizations in 18 audits of programs and services. These performance audits were reported in 2019, 2020 and 2021, and government agreed to address all of the recommendations. 
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Annual Report and Financial Statements 2022/23

June 2023
The Office of the Auditor General’s Annual Report and Financial Statements 2022/23 highlights achievements and summarizes the independent assurance and trusted information we provided to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. This is a report on the achievements of the goals, objectives, and performance measures set out in our annual service plan. The annual financial statements were prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Our financial statements and annual report are audited by an independent auditor, and their two audit reports are included. Note that this report was updated on October 16, 2023, with an amendment to Appendix B.

Service Plan 2023/24 – 2025/26

October 2022
This document is prepared in alignment with the Auditor General Act, the Budget Transparency and Accountability Act, and the Performance Reporting Principles for the B.C. Public Service. It accompanies our budget submission for the same period, completing the transition we announced in our last service plan. This ensures that our work plan and performance targets are in sync with our resource requests. As this plan shows, over the next three years, we will maintain our focus on our product and our people, backed by strategies that will help to sustain our momentum and drive continuous, iterative improvement. We will balance organizational change with the need to establish and maintain stability and clarity for our teams, ensuring that we can support our people to be resilient and effective – no matter how things may change or what challenges we may encounter.
annual report cover, B.C. Legislature and totem pole

Annual Report and Financial Statements 2021/22

June 2022
This is a report on the achievement of the goals, objectives, and performance measures set out in our annual service plan. It highlights achievements and summarizes the independent assurance and trusted information we provided to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.  It also includes our annual financial statements prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Our financial statements and annual report are audited by an independent auditor, and their two audit reports are included. 
B.C. Legislature

Service Plan 2022/23 – 2024/25

April 2022
This service plan is driven by a renewed emphasis on corporate planning. Our office will align our service plans more directly with the Auditor General Act and the Performance Reporting Principles for the B.C. Public Service. This new plan shows how our objectives are more balanced with our priorities and activities. We have selected performance measures that are more directly linked to our performance and offer better long-term, comparative value. As you will see in this service plan, we are taking important and necessary steps that will contribute to the environment of inclusivity and engagement that defines our organization. Most of all, these measures will greatly assist our talented and dedicated community of employees to excel in the work they do for the Legislative Assembly and the people in British Columbia.

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