Au­di­tor general says Al­berta has been mis­man­ag­ing Su­perNet con­tract

StarMetro Edmonton - - EDMONTON - KIERAN LEAVITT STARMETRO ED­MON­TON

Al­berta’s new au­di­tor general tabled his first re­port for mem­bers of the leg­is­la­ture on Wed­nes­day and said a costly Su­perNet con­tract has been mis­man­aged by Ser­vice Al­berta for years. Au­di­tor general Doug Wylie’s re­port out­lines a few is­sues around process man­age­ment and re­port­ing. It’s his first re­port since fill­ing the po­si­tion in April.

One of the main things he and his team looked at was the Su­perNet con­tract over­seen by Ser­vice Al­berta.

Su­perNet is a broad­band in­ter­net ser­vice that con­nects pub­lic ser­vices like li­braries, health in­sti­tu­tions and ru­ral mu­nic­i­pal­i­ties. It’s op­er­ated by third par­ties con­tracted by the Al­berta govern­ment. More about the re­port at thes­tar.com/ed­mon­ton

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