The Health Funding Explained II information project is not a traditional audit, but an informative report that is designed to help the public and legislators understand how provincial health care dollars are being spent. This is the second time the Office of the Auditor General has undertaken an extensive public information project to help explain the funding of the health sector.
This audit looked at the effectiveness of the framework that has been established for ethical conduct within the core B.C. Public Service.
A review of government’s 2015/16 Summary Financial Statements, an explanation of the Auditor General’s audit opinion on the statements and some interesting highlights from the fiscal year.
This progress audit looked at whether the Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation has fairly and accurately represented its progress implementing the recommendations made in Integrated Case Management System, originally published in March 2015.
This progress audit looked at whether the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure, and Partnerships BC have fairly and accurately represented their progress implementing the recommendations made in Audit of the Evergreen Line Rapid Transit System, originally published in March 2013.
This report looks at how the B.C. government has responded to selected recommendations made by the 2012 Missing Women Commission of Inquiry. We examined government's response to each selected recommendation, including their commitments, actions, planned actions, and whether government can demonstrate that they have addressed the intent of the recommendation.
This audit looked at whether the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development and the Ministry of Finance have a suitable framework in place to administer the Community Gaming Grants program.