2018 Report Volume 2

2018 Report Volume 2 December 11, 2018

This report covers subjects such as analyzing surgical biopsies in labs efficiently, preventing and controlling hospital-acquired infections, triaging emergency department patients in hospitals, maintaining above-ground power distribution assets, preventing and controlling infections in long-term care homes, rehabilitating adult inmates, investigating allegations of child abuse and neglect, protecting children in care, and awarding arts grants impartially and transparently.

Materials from the Release of the Report

Full Report


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

Overview by the Provincial Auditor

Annual Integrated Audits

 1 Advanced Education

 2 Carlton Trail College

 3 eHealth Saskatchewan

 4 Executive Council

 5 Finance

 6 Finance—Public Employees Benefits Agency

 7 Health

 8 Highways and Infrastructure

 9 Justice and Attorney General—Victims' Fund

10 Justice and Attorney General, Corrections and Policing

11 Northern Municipal Trust Account

12 Public Service Commission

13 Saskatchewan Arts Board

14 Saskatchewan Health Authority

15 Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority Inc.

16 Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

17 Social Services

18 Teachers' Superannuation CommissionTeachers' Dental Plan

19 Water Security Agency

20 Summary of Implemented Recommendations

Performance Audits

21 Carlton Trail College—Equipping the Board with Competencies to Govern

22 Saskatchewan Arts Board—Awarding Grants Impartially and Transparently

23 Saskatchewan Health Authority—Analyzing Surgical Biopsies in Regina and Saskatoon Labs Efficiently

24 Saskatchewan Health Auhtority—Preventing and Controlling Hospital-acquired Infections in the Regina General and Pasqua Hospital

25 SaskPower—Maintaining Above-Ground Distribution Assets

26 Social Services—Investigating Allegations of Child Abuse and Neglect

Follow-up Audits

27 Advanced Education—Approving Capital Projects

28 Central Services—Web Application Security Requirements

29 Corrections and Policing—Planning for Inmate Capacity in Correctional Facilities

30 Corrections and Policing—Rehabilitating Adult Inmates

31 Environment—Preventing the Entry and Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species in Saskatchewan

32 Finance—Public Employees Benefits Agency—Securing Personal Information

33 Global Transportation Hub Authority—Acquiring Land from the Public Sector

34 Gradworks Inc.—Achieving Intern Development Program Goals

35 Highways and Infrastructure—Acquiring Land for the Regina Bypass

36 Justice and Attorney General—Enforcing Maintenance Payments

37 Regina Roman Catholic Separate School Division No.81—English as an Additional Language Programming

38 Saskatchewan Cancer Agency—Delivering the Screening Program for Breast Cancer

39 Saskatchewan Health Authority (Sunrise)—Preventing and Controlling Infections in Long-Term Care Homes

40 Saskatchewan Health Authority—Triaging Emergency Department Patients in Saskatoon Hospitals

41 Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission—Providing Legal Aid Services

42 Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority—Managing Projects with Significant IT Components

43 Saskatchewan Rivers School Division No.119—Maintaining Facilities

44 Saskatoon School Division No.13—Procuring Goods and Services

45 SaskPower—Buying Power from Independent Power Producers

46 Social Services—Protecting Children in Care

47 Social Services—Protecting Children-in-Care Information in Linkin System

48 Western Development Museum—Removing Historical Artifacts Permanently

Standing Committees

49 Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies

50 Standing Committee Public Accounts


 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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