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2006 May Status Report of the Auditor General of Canada

May 2006 Status Report—Chapter 4

Exhibit 4.2—Progress in addressing our recommendation on financial reporting

Recommendation

Progress

Auditor General's December 2002 Report, Chapter 10, paragraph 10.89

 

The Department of Justice, using a meaningful activity-based reporting framework, should annually provide Parliament in its departmental performance report complete, accurate, and up-to-date financial and management information on the following:

 
  • the full costs to develop, implement and enforce the Canadian Firearms Program

Satisfactory

except for the recording of CFIS II costs

  • all revenues collected and refunds made

Satisfactory

  • forecast costs and revenues to the point at which the Department expects the Program to become fully operational, including details on outsourcing major components of the Canadian Firearms Registration System and moving certain headquarters functions to Edmonton

Satisfactory

  • complete explanations for changes in costs and revenues, and changes to the overall Program

Satisfactory

Satisfactory Satisfactory—Progress is satisfactory, given the significance and complexity of the issue, and the time that has elapsed since the recommendation was made.

Unsatisfactory Unsatisfactory—Progress is unsatisfactory, given the significance and complexity of the issue, and the time that has elapsed since the recommendation was made.