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This report gives the implementation status for 180 recommendations made between January 2016 and October 2018.

The Office of the Auditor General follows up on the status of its past recommendations for 3 consecutive years, beginning about 18 months after issuance.

This report gives the implementation status for 180 recommendations made between January 2016 and October 2018. This is the third and final follow-up for 66 of the 180 recommendations. Only 24 of these 66 recommendations—or 36%— have been resolved.

The 66 third-year recommendations were included in four audits:

  • Improving Educational Outcomes for Kindergarten to Grade 12 Aboriginal Students (released January 2016)
  • Management of Provincial Bridges (released July 2016)
  • Keeyask Process Costs and Adverse Effects Agreements with First Nations (released September 2016)
  • Manitoba East Side Road Authority (released September 2016)

 

Published: March 2020

Sector: Economic Development, Education, Environment/Energy, Government Operations, Health

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