2018 Report Volume 1

2018 Report Volume 1 June 7, 2018

This report covers subjects such as delivering mental health and addictions services, delivering medical care to adult inmates in correctional centres, supporting students with intensive needs, monitoring the progress of home-based learners, regulating drainage, managing the future cleanup of oil and gas wells, regulating oil, gas, and pipeline industry incidents, and delivering the impaired driver treatment program.


Materials from the Release of the Report


Full Report (16.4MB)

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Overview by the Provincial Auditor

Annual Integrated and Information Technology Audits

 1     Municipal Potash Tax Sharing Administration Board

 2     School Divisions

Performance Audits

 3     Corrections and Policing—Providing Primary Medical Care in Adult Secure-Custody Correctional Centres

 4     Energy & Resources—Regulating Oil, Gas, and Pipeline Industry Incidents

 5     Government Relations — Recommending Infrastructure Projects for Funding

 6     Labour Relations and Workplace Safety—Implementing Strategies to Reduce Workplace Injury Rates

 7     Prairie Valley School Division No. 208—Monitoring Progress of Home-based Learners 

 8      Saskatchewan Health Authority (Prince Albert Parkland)—Providing Timely Access to Mental Health and Addictions Services

 9      Saskatchewan Impaired Driver Treatment Centre—Delivering the Impaired Driver Treatment Program 

10     Saskatchewan Water Corporation—Purchasing Goods and Services

11     Saskatoon School Division No. 13—Supporting Students with Intensive Needs

12     Water Security Agency—Regulating Drainage

Audit Follow Ups

13     Advanced Education—Working with Advanced Education Sector

14     Education Ministry and School Divisions—Transporting Students Safely

15     eHealth Saskatchewan—Implementing Electronic Health Records

16     eHealth Saskatchewan—Procuring IT Services

17     Energy and Resources—Managing Future Cleanup of Oil and Gas Wells

18    Environment—Regulating Landfills 

19     Finance—Internal Audit in Ministries

20     Finance—Use of Continuous Improvement Processes

21     Government Relations—Co-ordinating Emergency Preparedness

22     Highways and Infrastructure—Addressing Road Safety Concerns on Existing Highways

23     North East School Division No. 200—Increasing Grade 3 Students Reading at Grade Level

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

25     Regina School Division No. 4—Promoting Positive Student Behaviour

26     Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation—Determining AgriStability Benefits

27     Saskatchewan Government Insurance—Confirming Only Qualified Drivers Remain Licensed

28     Saskatchewan Health Authority (Kelsey Trail)—Maintaining Medical Equipment

29     Saskatchewan Health Authority (Prairie North)—Preventing Resident Falls in Long-Term Care Facilities

30     Saskatchewan Health Authority (Sun Country)—Administering Medications in Hospitals

31     Social Services—Minimizing Absenteeism

32     Tourism Saskatchewan—Managing the Use of Social Media

Appendices

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

2–Report on the Financial Statements of Agencies Audited by Appointed Auditors

3–Samples of Opinions Formed Each Year on Ministries, Crown Agencies, and Crown-Controlled Corporations

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