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Ms. Lucy Pelletier
Chair
National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association
Suite 605, 75 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario
K1P 5E7

Ref:  2012-13 Recipient Audit Results and Follow-Up

Dear Ms. Pelletier:

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) conducted a number of recipient audits in fiscal year 2012-13, including an audit of National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association. Attached please find a copy of the full audit report and a summary of the report. The summary will be published on the department's website in the coming weeks, along with this management letter. Should you wish to, you may provide a written response to the audit to me within 30 days. That response will also be posted.

Based on the work performed, the auditors concluded that NACCA has complied, in all material respects, with the financial terms and conditions of the funding arrangements with AANDC for the period covered. No recoverable amount has been identified as a result of this recipient audit. The auditor did not identify any specific recommendations arising from the audit.

Thank you for your cooperation during this process. Please contact your local AANDC representative to discuss any questions or concerns you may have.

Sincerely,

 
 

Susan MacGowan, CMA
Chief Financial Officer

c.c.: Nicole Ladouceur, Director General, Aboriginal Entrepreneurship Branch
Sara Filbee, Assistant Deputy Minister, Lands and Economic Development
Brahim Achtoutal, Acting Chief Audit and Evaluation Executive
Deloitte LLP

 
 
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