Health Canada internal audits

The term "internal audits" refers to audits conducted in respect to the resources, systems, processes, structures, and operational tasks of Health Canada.

The objective is to maintain and enhance the proper management of the public funds administered by Health Canada. This is achieved by providing independent assurance that these areas are supporting the delivery of departmental programs in an economical, efficient, and effective manner.

The Office of Audit and Evaluation (OAE) is responsible for conducting internal audits. OAE reports its audit findings and recommendations directly to the Departmental Audit Committee, chaired by the Deputy Minister. This Committee approves or amends the annual audit plan, which is based on a departmental risk assessment, gives formal approval to audit reports, and monitors the implementation of the appropriate corrective action.

Health Canada and the Public Health Agency Internal Audit Performance Results

Reports

2020 reports
2019 reports

November

2018 reports
2017 reports
2016 reports
2015 reports

October

June

March

2014 reports

October

June

March

2013 reports

December

September

June

March

2012 reports

December 2012

October 2012

June 2012

March 2012

Archived internal audit reports
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