This audit assessed whether the government is managing IT assets in accordance with good cybersecurity practices. It focused on five ministries: citizens’ services, finance, health, education, and natural resource.
The audit assessed whether the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development managed safety and environmental risks on forest service roads in accordance with its policies.
This report looked at the ministry’s oversight of two types of for-profit K–12 schools that deliver the B.C. curriculum to international students: offshore schools operating abroad and Group 4 schools in British Columbia.
This information report is a summary of funds announced by the government as part of its response to the pandemic. It includes funding allocations under the $5-billion Pandemic Contingencies allocation, B.C.’s $1-billion contribution toward a federal cost-sharing agreement, and other significant financial relief measures.
The 2019/20 annual report and accompanying financial statements provide an overview of our performance and financial position over the last year, as well as a look at our current goals and priorities.
In this audit, we looked at how the Ministry of Jobs, Economic Development and Competitiveness managed the performance of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program to support meeting its economic objectives. We also examined whether the ministry had effectively managed the risk of fraud and corruption.
The plan describes who we are, what we do and how we support B.C.’s legislative assembly, government and public service. It sets direction for the upcoming year, including our key priorities and the ways in which we will measure our success. This is our story of how we proudly provide value to the legislative assembly and the public service, and thus serve the broader public interest and make a significant impact on the province.