ARCHIVED - Response to Parliamentary Committees and External Audits


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Response to Parliamentary Committees
 No government responses were tabled in fiscal year 2011–2012.
Response to the Auditor General (including to the Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development)

Chapter 1 – Financial Management and Control and Risk Management (report tabled June 2011)
This follow-up audit examined the government's progress relating to internal financial control and risk management systems in response to the previously tabled Office of the Auditor General of Canada reports of April 2003 and May 2006.

Chapter 3 - Internal Audit (June 2011)
The OAG examined the government's progress responding to observations and recommendations made in their 2004 report examining whether the internal audit activity in departments met the international standards for internal auditing issued by the Institute of Internal Auditors. The OAG also examined the extent to which departments complied with the Treasury Board Policy on Internal Audit and whether the Office of the Comptroller General provided appropriate oversight and guidance to the internal audit activity in departments.

Chapter 4 - Programs for First Nations on Reserves (June 2011)
The OAG examined the progress being made by government in improving the living conditions for First Nations on reserves as it relates to such fundamental issues as housing, water systems, health and education. Also discussed were the system and oversight requirements at the federal, provincial and First Nation levels to ensure improvements in these areas.

Chapter 5 – A Study of Environmental Monitoring (Dec. 2011)
This study was conducted to help the OAG develop an inventory of systems the government uses to monitor the state of the environment, identify the challenges associated with environmental monitoring, and highlight good environmental monitoring practices.

Petition no. 302-B – Follow-up of Potential Environmental Impact of Hydro Projects on First Nations Lands and Waterways in Manitoba (October 2011)

External audits conducted by the Public Service Commission of Canada or the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
Public Service Commission of Canada – N/A
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages – N/A

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