Auditor General: Security reports incomplete for most gov’t departments, agencies
By Canadian SecurityNews Public Sector
Only 38 per cent of all departments and agencies have confirmed with the Treasury Board that they completed mandatory reports on their security plans — albeit two years late — and the rest are either incomplete or the status is unknown, says a report by the auditor general.
In his spring report, Michael Ferguson found 41 of the 109 departments under the government’s security policy confirmed they finished final reports on their security plans by last fall. A new policy on government security required departments to submit their first reports by a 2012 deadline.
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