Auditor General highlights strategies to make significant impact
April 13, 2018
VICTORIA – Auditor General Carol Bellringer has released the Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia’s 2018/19 Service Plan, outlining the goals and strategies for the coming fiscal year, and how the office will measure its progress.
“This is our story of how we’re making a difference in B.C. and how we proudly serve the broader public interest,” said Bellringer. “This plan is a part of our overall performance management framework which includes our annual report, strategic plan and audit plans.”
The service plan enables the office to reaffirm its purpose, goals, objectives and performance measures. This year’s plan continues to track the new range of KPIs and more meaningful measurements introduced over the last two years.
The Office of the Auditor General produces the annual audit opinion on government’s financial statements, and performance audits that speak to the efficiency and effectiveness of government’s programs. The office’s performance audit and financial audit coverage plans identify the work it intends to start over the next three years. This fall, the office will release updated coverage plans.
The service plan and the current coverage plans are available on the Office of the Auditor General website www.bcauditor.com.
About the Office of the Auditor General of British Columbia
The Auditor General is a non-partisan, independent Officer of the Legislature who reports directly to the Legislative Assembly. The Auditor General Act empowers the Auditor General and staff to conduct audits, report findings and make recommendations.
To speak to the Auditor General, call Emily Griffiths: 250-419-6132
For general questions, call Colleen Rose, Manager, Communications: 250-419-6207
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