1.07.17 - “Conduct a value-for-money audit of every government program”
The Auditor General conducts an annual value-for-money audit of several governmental programs. However, the promise stipulates “every” government program. As every government program has not yet been audited, the promise is considered in progress.
“The Annual Report, required by the Auditor General Act, includes value-for-money audits of Ontario public-sector and broader-public-sector programs, and our observations on the attest audits of the Public Accounts. It also includes reports and reviews required under other legislation or undertaken at the Auditor General’s discretion.”
“At noon, auditor Bonnie Lysyk revealed her annual report investigating whether taxpayers are getting value for money from 15 government programs or projects, including Metrolinx light-rail transit construction and the Darlington nuclear plant refurbishment.”
“Chapter 3: Reports on Value-for-Money Audits “