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|Project Recommendations||Action Plan||Expected
|1. The Executive Director of Indian Oil and Gas Canada should ensure IOGC policy and procedures are sufficiently documented for key processes which clearly describe roles and responsibilities.||Indian Oil and Gas Canada will ensure policy and procedures are sufficiently documented for key processes and that they clearly describe roles and responsibilities. A policy/procedure on the process of determining bonus will be documented and in place by March 31, 2014 and a work alone policy and related safety procedures will be developed and approved by June 30, 2014.||June 30, 2014|
|2. The Executive Director of Indian Oil and Gas Canada should ensure that supporting evidence to demonstrate due diligence, review, and approval is properly maintained for accountability and audit trail purposes.||Indian Oil and Gas Canada will ensure supporting evidence to demonstrate due diligence, review and approval is properly maintained for accountability and audit trail purposes. By June 30, 2014, IOGC will review and revise its checklists to note key documents required and ensure the appropriate sign-off and other due diligence requirements for each transaction type are noted and present.||June 30, 2014|
|3. The Executive Director of Indian Oil and Gas Canada should document the approach and selection rationale used to select companies for monitoring reviews, and for production reviews, implement a contracting vehicle, update the risk matrix used, and ensure company action plans are adequately reviewed and approved by the independent reviewer prior to final approval by IOGC.||Indian Oil and Gas Canada will document the approach and selection rationale used to select companies for price, production volume and royalty reviews by June 30, 2014. New contract vehicles for price, production and royalty reviews will be in place by December 30, 2013. The risk matrix used to select which property or facility for production reporting review will be updated by March 31, 2014. Requirements to document the review and commentary by independent reviewers prior to final approval by IOGC will be implemented by March 31, 2014.||June 30, 2014|
|4. The Executive Director of Indian Oil and Gas Canada should review control requirements and implement a risk-based approach to process different types of agreement transactions in order to improve processing timeliness. It is further recommended that performance indicators be developed and monitored to reflect the time to process agreement transactions and highlight delays and/or bottlenecks pertaining to certain types of transactions.||Indian Oil and Gas Canada will complete a review of its control requirements and will implement a risk based approach to process different types of agreement transactions by June 30, 2014. Existing performance indicators will be reviewed/revised and new performance indicators will be developed, as necessary, by March 31, 2014, which will reflect the time to process agreement transactions and which will highlight delays or bottlenecks for certain transaction-types.||June 30, 2014|
|5. The Executive Director of Indian Oil and Gas Canada should ensure the Steering Committee provides governance and oversight of RIMS in order to ensure change requests are prioritized and high risk issues are addressed in a timely manner. It is further recommended that primary RIMS enhancements are identified and the revised RIMS2 business case be presented to Headquarters.||Indian Oil and Gas Canada will ensure the Steering Committee provides governance and oversight of RIMS during monthly meetings which provide: oversight of RIMS and of the work of the RIMS user group, which meets weekly to address operational issues; prioritization of change requests for resolving system fixes; to ensure high risk issues are addressed in a timely manner; and the identification and consideration of required RIMS enhancements to determine whether investment for new desired functionality should be made within the existing RIMS, or the RIMS2 system under development. The revised RIMS2 business case will be presented to headquarters as part of the IMB gating process by March 31, 2014.||March 31, 2014||Status: Underway
As of 31/03/2014:
RIMS User Group met weekly during FY2013-14 to deal with operational issues related to system fixes and RIMS enhancements. The RIMS Steering Committee adopted the department’s gating process for governance and provided both oversight of RIMS user group operational issues and prioritization of change requests for resolution of system fixes. Proposed changes have also been integrated within IOGC’s planning processes to facilitate prioritization which is underway. The gating process was adopted and facilitates review, consideration and approval of RIMS changes that arise outside of the annual planning cycle. The Project is undergoing IMB gating process. Projects have been initiated to address data conversion and data clean-up to facilitate IOGC-Petrinex integration.
AES: Recommendation substantially implemented. To close.
|6. The Executive Director of Indian Oil and Gas Canada should ensure regulations and procedures posted on the IOGC website remain up-to-date, in particular as new regulations come into effect.||Indian Oil and Gas Canada will complete a review and update its website documentation by March 31, 2014 and will add a last reviewed date to ensure quarterly updates at a minimum, with changes to specified areas more frequently, if required.||March 31, 2014||Status: Underway
As of 31/03/2014:
Work is slightly behind schedule due to the departure of the communications manager and the need to re-staff the position. The number and magnitude of changes required to the Internet site info has also been larger than originally forecast. Content owners have reviewed their web pages and provided updates to the Communications Unit. INET Services are currently making the updates to the English website while other updates are being translated into French.
AES: Implementation on-going