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Table 1—Select sustainable development commitments and targets

Commitment Indicators and targets Expected results for
Prepare long-term audit plans and individual performance audits using the Office's environmental risk assessment guide (4th E Practice Guide). 100 percent of audit teams use the Guide's screening tool and consult with environmental specialists to identify and assess environmental risks when they are preparing long-term audit plans 100 percent
100 percent of performance audit teams use the Guide's screening tool and consult with internal environmental specialists to determine if there are any important environmental issues related to their audit topic 100 percent
Provide enhanced support and advice to audit teams conducting special examinations where important environmental risks for Crown corporations have been identified. 100 percent of these cases receive enhanced support and advice starting in 2007 100 percent
Increase use of Green Key/Leaf certified hotels in Canada with a rating of three or higher. Established baseline use in 2007: Where green-certified hotels were available, we booked them almost 50 percent of the time 10 percent increase over baseline
Increase use of compact rental cars where one or two passengers are travelling. Established baseline in 2007: Where compact cars were available, we booked them 55 percent of the time where one or two passengers were travelling 10 percent increase over baseline
The full version of the Office's Sustainable Development Strategy can be found on the Office of the Auditor General of Canada's website. []