Auditor General Act
Marginal note:Inquiry and report
7.1 (1) The Auditor General may, with respect to a recipient under any funding agreement, inquire into whether
(a) the recipient has failed to fulfil its obligations under any funding agreement;
(b) money the recipient has received under any funding agreement has been used without due regard to economy and efficiency;
(c) the recipient has failed to establish satisfactory procedures to measure and report on the effectiveness of its activities in relation to the objectives for which it received funding under any funding agreement;
(d) the recipient has failed to faithfully and properly maintain accounts and essential records in relation to any amount it has received under any funding agreement; or
(e) money the recipient has received under any funding agreement has been expended without due regard to the environmental effects of those expenditures in the context of sustainable development.
(2) The Auditor General may set out his or her conclusions in respect of an inquiry into any matter referred to in subsection (1) in the annual report, or in any of the three additional reports, referred to in subsection 7(1). The Auditor General may also set out in that report anything emerging from the inquiry that he or she considers to be of significance and of a nature that should be brought to the attention of the House of Commons.
- 2005, c. 30, s. 34
- 2006, c. 9, s. 304
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