• Legislative Building, Regina, SK
  • Saskatoon Berries
  • Gravel road in the Saskatchewan countryside
  • Churchill River, Missinippi, SK
  • Qu'Appelle Valley, SK
  • Creek in the hills
  • Wakamow Valley, Moose Jaw, SK
  • Kingsmere Lake, Prince Albert National Park, SK

The Office of the Provincial Auditor of Saskatchewan

The Provincial Auditor is an independent Officer of the Legislative Assembly in the province of Saskatchewan. The Office audits the provincial government's management of public money in order to foster accountability and transparency with respect to its performance, systems, and practices.

Our auditees span a wide range of industries including crown corporations, regional health authorities, universities, school boards, government ministries, boards, agencies, and commissions. It can take anywhere from 40 to 50 hours to more than 2000 hours to audit an entity, depending on the nature and complexity of both the organization and the audit itself.


Latest Report

December 2, 2014
This report covers subjects such as managing medications in long-term care facilities, coordinating Lean across the health sector, providing timely and appropriate... read more

Recent Reports

June 4, 2014
This report touches on a variety of subject areas including sharing patient data in the province’s electronic health record, controlling infections in long-term care... read more
December 4, 2013
This report touches on a variety of subject areas including triaging (prioritizing) emergency patients in hospitals, managing medication in hospitals, regulating landfills and... read more