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Dating back to 1888, the Standing Committee on Public Accounts – also known as the Public Accounts Committee, or PAC – is one of Saskatchewan’s oldest committees. It was first created by the Assembly of the Northwest Territories, and was recreated in Saskatchewan in 1906 at the time of the First Legislature sitting.
PAC is the audit committee for the Legislative Assembly. Its primary responsibility is to scrutinize the Government of Saskatchewan’s fiscal management, administration, and handling of public assets.
The Provincial Auditor Act links the Office of the Provincial Auditor to PAC. PAC works with the Provincial Auditor to carry out PAC’s mandate.
As per The Provincial Auditor Act, we:
To assist with PAC meetings, we:
As per The Provincial Auditor Act, PAC: