2021 CPAB Disclosures - public consultation [ED]

Com­ments are re­quested by Sep­tem­ber 30, 2021

Next steps:

CPAB will review respondents’ comments in Q4/2021

Last up­dated:

December 2021

 

Overview

On July 19, 2021, the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB) announced that they are conducting a public consultation to gather stakeholder input and to invite a dialogue on potential changes to the information that they disclose about the results of their regulatory assessments. Comments are requested by September 30, 2021.

CPAB is requesting input into potential changes to the information that they disclose about the results of their regulatory assessments, specifically:

  • Communication to audit committees
  • Disclosures of the results of their regulatory oversight activities
  • Disclosures related to CPAB’s enforcement actions

Review the press release on the CPAB's website. 

In December 2021, the CPAB has posted all of the responses to the public consultation (from the respondants that permit public disclosure of their responses) as well as a detailed summary of the survey results. CPAB is currently reviewing the feedback received on the consultation document and considering next steps.

Other de­vel­op­ments

December 2021

In December 2021, the CPAB has posted all of the responses to the public consultation (from the respondants that permit public disclosure of their responses) as well as a detailed summary of the survey results.

July 2021

On July 19, 2021, the CPAB announced that they are conducting a public consultation to gather stakeholder input and to invite a dialogue on potential changes to the information that they disclose about the results of our regulatory assessments.

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