Public Sector Management

Public sector organizations are created to provide programs and services on behalf of the B.C. government.

They maintain a close working relationship with B.C. government and together are responsible for ensuring they:

  • Achieve public policy objectives 
  • Serve the public interest
  • Demonstrate accountability to B.C. and its citizens

All public sector organizations operate under taxpayer accountability principles (PDF) and are required to work with the B.C. government to plan and report out through the year.

To ensure transparency and accountability to B.C. citizens, public sector organizations must follow specific guidelines for employee compensation, board appointments, board remuneration, and must disclose annually executive compensation and board remuneration.

Principles & Accountabilities

Best Practices

Learn about responsibilities and best practices for people and agencies that contribute to public sector management.

Legislation

Many financial and reporting requirements for public sector organizations are defined by:

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