The Office of the Auditor General of Nova Scotia was established more than a century ago and it has been the independent watchdog for the Province’s public accounts almost continually ever since. The work of the Office is respected, and the role of the Auditor General is widely recognized for its importance and effectiveness. How has the Office consistently maintained its reputation for more than 110 years?
Join Nova Scotia’s Assistant Auditor General, Andrew Atherton, to learn how the Office initiates and executes its audits, and ensures the resulting recommendations are implemented.
The discussion, possibly connecting the audit function to the evaluation function, will be chaired by Greg Lutes of Pivot Consulting.