Planned Audits and Reports

Please Note – the following topics could change as could the timing of reporting. This is our best estimate at the current time for what will be reported:

     

     

     

    October 27, 2021:  COVID Spending Programs for Individuals and Small Businesses

       

    This audit will look at select provincial spending programs established to support individual Nova Scotians and small businesses through the COVID-19 pandemic.  We will consider the approaches selected to administer these programs and the oversight put in place to ensure they function as intended.

     

    October 27, 2021:  Rural Internet 

    This audit will consider the planning and approach taken by the Province to improve internet in rural Nova Scotia.  We will look at the decisions made around the provincial approach as well as the details around funding approved to date.

     

     

     

    November 30, 2021:  Financial Report

       

     

     

     

    Release Date to be Determined: Community Corrections

       

    This audit will examine Community Corrections at the Department of Justice. We will look to see whether the department is taking the necessary steps to ensure public safety. We will examine staff training, the monitoring of individuals on probation or serving conditional sentences, as well as management's oversight of the community corrections offices located throughout the province.

     

     

     

       

    Release Date to be Determined:  Follow up of Recommendations to the Atlantic Lottery Corporation

     

     

    This report deals with the status of implementing the 25 recommendations made to Atlantic Lottery Corporation’s management, Board, and shareholder governments by the Atlantic Auditors General in their 2016 joint audit.

       

     

    Release Date to be Determined:  Housing

    This audit will determine if housing authorities are providing vulnerable individuals and families with access to affordable, well-managed public rental housing in a clear and consistent manner, and will assess whether the Province is providing adequate oversight.

     

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