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Matters from the current audit

There are no new recommendations to the Department of Infrastructure in this report.



The following recommendations are outstanding and not yet ready for follow-up audits:

Infrastructure needs: Process to prioritize projects—October 2007, no. 4, vol. 1, p. 57

We recommend that the Department of Infrastructure improve the process to evaluate proposed infrastructure projects that ministries submit.

Infrastructure needs: Improving current information—October 2007, no. 5, vol. 1, p. 59

We recommend that the Department of Infrastructure, working with the Treasury Capital Planning Committee, examine how the current information provided to Treasury Board and Finance can be improved.

Infrastructure needs: Deferred maintenance—October 2010, no. 8, p. 89

(Originally October 2007, no. 2, p. 49)

We again recommend that the Department of Infrastructure, in consultation with departments, develop objectives, timelines and targets for reducing deferred maintenance, and include information on deferred maintenance in the province’s Capital Plan.

Infrastructure needs: Maintaining assets over their life—October 2010, no. 9, p. 92

(Originally October 2007, no. 3, p 54)

We again recommend that the Department of Infrastructure establish a process that enables public infrastructure assets to be properly maintained over their life.

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