2015 Report Volume 1

2015 Report Volume 1 June 3, 2015

This report covers subjects such as discharging hospital patients in a safe and timely manner, coordinating emergency response preparedness in Saskatchewan, coordinating English-language programs for recent immigrants, monitoring vehicle inspection stations that certify vehicles for Saskatchewan roads, inspecting industrial wastewater sites to protect human health and the environment, buying power from the private sector, evaluating potential use of public-private partnership (P3) approaches, and implementing the sector-wide strategic plan for the Prekindergarten to Grade 12 education sector.


Materials from the Release of the Report


Full Report

(For selective viewing please click on an individual chapter from the list below)

Overview by the Acting Provincial Auditor

Annual Integrated and Information Technology Audits

 1       Municipal Employees' Pension Plan

 2       Northern Municipal Trust Account

 3       Saskatchewan Water Corporation

 4       School Divisions

 5       Central Services—Data Centre Security

 6       Summary of Implemented Recommendations

Performance Audits

 7       Advanced Education—Working with the Advanced Education Sector

 8       Economy—Coodinating English-Language Programs

 9       Education—Putting into Operation the Education Sector-Wide Strategic Plan

10      eHealth Saskatchewan—Protecting Patient Information in the Saskatchewan Laboratory Results Repository

11     Environment—Regulating Industrial Wastewater Systems

12     Government Relations—Coordinating Emergency Preparedness

13     Prairie South School Division No.210—Equipping the Board with Knowledge and Competencies to Govern

14     Regina Qu'Appelle Regional Health Authority—Safe and Timely Discharge of Patients

15     Saskatchewan Government Insurance—Monitoring Certified Vehicle Inspection Stations

16     SaskBuilds—Evaluating Potential Use of P3s

17     SaskPower—Buying Power from Independent Producers

18     SaskPower—Managing the Risk of Cyber Incidents

Audit Follow Ups

19    Economy—Managing Oil and Gas Wells

20    Education—Capital Asset Planning for Schools

21    Finance—Governance of Information Technology

22    Five Hills Regional Health Authority—Provision of Nourishing and Safe Food Services in Long-term Care Facilities

23    Health—Preventing Diabetes-Related Health Complications

24    Parks, Culture and Sport—Provincial Parks Capital Asset Planning

25    Public Service Commission—Out-of-Scope Staffing

26    Regina Qu'Appelle Regional Health Authority—Use of Surgical Facilities

27    Saskatchewan Housing Corporation—Long-Term Capital Planning

28    Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority—Encouraging Responsible Use of Beverage Alcohol

29    Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation—Maintaining Facilities

30    SaskEnergy Incorporated—Securing its SCADA System

31    Social Services—Placing Minister's Wards in Permanent Homes

32    University of Regina—Protecting Interests in Research

Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies

33    Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies

Appendices

1–Agencies Subject to Examination Under The Provincial Auditor Act and Status of Audits

2–Samples of Opinions We Form on Ministries, Crown Agencies, and Crown-Controlled Corporations

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