auditor general sheila fraser


Psst! Wanna know a secret? Liveblogging the AG on national security and intel sharing at PAC

I know, I know — three committees in one day? What can I say — ITQ believes in making up for lost time — and after a month and a half of Oliphantics, we did have a parliamentary deficit to pay  off. Anyway, as previewed in yesterday’s lookahead, Auditor General Sheila Fraser is at Public Accounts this afternoon to talk about her March 2009 status report on intelligence and information sharing within – and between – law enforcement agencies.  Fraser found the government’s progress to be “slow but satisfactory”, but somehow, ITQ suspects that may not be good enough for the opposition.


ITQ Programming Notice: Hey, remember that Auditor General report?

Oh, sure you do  – we told you all about it a few weeks back, remember? Anyway, ITQ is off to the lockup to live-to-tape-blog Sheila Fraser’s embargoed press conference, which will be posted as soon as the report is tabled in the House at approximately 2 pm. Cross your fingers that the snack tray hasn’t been picked clean by my colleagues by the time I get there, y’all – and I’ll be back later with all the details.


The Auditor General is coming! Look efficient!

That’s right, it’s that time of year again. In fact, it’s well past that time of year — Sheila Fraser had originally planned to table her report last December. Instead, it got lost in the shuffle of the kerfuffle that surrounded the surprise ending to the last session.