The Auditor General
The Auditor General, an officer of the Legislature appointed under the authority of the Auditor General Act, 2003, exists to help Members of the Legislative Assembly hold the government accountable. Through its financial audit opinions, the Office of the Auditor General gives legislators and British Columbians assessments about the fairness and reliability of the financial statements and public accounts of the government. The Office also reviews the wider operations and performance of government organizations or programs and whether they are achieving objectives effectively, economically, and efficiently. The reports of the Auditor General are tabled with the Legislative Assembly and discussed, in a public forum, with the all-party Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts.
For more information about the Auditor General, visit the
Office of the Auditor General website.