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Internal Audit of CMC Renovation Project

CONCLUSIONS

Based on an assessment of the processes and actions taken by senior management and the manner in which the increased authority has been used, the audit team concludes that:

  • All contracts and call ups were issued in accordance with the provisions of the Government Contracting Regulations, the Treasury Board Policy on Contracting, the Financial Administration Act and the terms of the existing agreement.
  • Absent the increased flexibilities to contract above the normal departmental limits, without the engagement of PWGSC as contract authority and absent the contracting process authority contained within the agreement and increased authority, the project could not have beencompleted within the timeframe.
  • CMC management increased their daily management of the project in order to ensure that the terms of the contracting and construction were more strictly followed than would have been the case if the increased flexibility and authority were not granted.