Joint audit and evaluation of budgetary controls – vote 1: CH6-57/2017E-PDF
“A joint audit and evaluation of budgetary controls was carried out with the goal of providing a comprehensive assessment of the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH or “the Department”) budgetary and forecasting framework for Vote 1 (Operations and Maintenance, and Salary). This joint engagement was a first for the Office of the Chief Audit Executive and the Evaluation Services Directorate and was an innovative initiative to reduce the impact on the client, while providing value-added for management. The objective of this engagement was to provide assurance with respect to: the effectiveness of governance; the efficiency and effectiveness of budgetary and financial forecasting processes and controls; and the relevance, reliability and timeliness of financial data for resource allocation and reallocation and decision-making. The scope was from April 1, 2013 to January 13, 2017 for processes associated with Vote 1. Given the different nature of processes, Vote 5 (Grants and Contributions) was excluded from the current engagement”--Cf. Executive summary, p. ii.
|Department/Agency||Canadian Heritage. Office of the Chief Audit Executive. Canadian Heritage. Evaluation Services.|
|Title||Joint audit and evaluation of budgetary controls – vote 1|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Audit et évaluation conjoint des contrôles budgétaires – crédit 1. Cover title. "March 2017."|
|Number of Pages||iii, 19 p.|
|Subject Terms||Federal departments, Financial management, Audit, Assessment|
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