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Forest Practices Board logo. 2003/04 – 2005/06 SERVICE PLAN
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Message from the Chair

This is the second annual service plan prepared by the Forest Practices Board for presentation to the B.C. Legislature under the Budget Transparency and Accountability Act.

This plan outlines the results the Board expects to achieve in the three-year period from 2003/04 through 2005/06 with the funds voted to it by the Legislature, providing an accountable basis for judging the Board’s performance.

The service plan also provides a strategic context that guides the Board’s current activities. Looking to the future, we continue to refine our strategic objectives, the linkages to our business areas, and the performance measures by which the Legislature and the public will be able to track our progress over time.

It is the Board’s intent to continue the delivery of its mandate through its audit, investigation, review and appeal, and reporting functions, while adapting its process to meet the challenges of the impending Forest and Range Practices Act.

As Chair of the Board, I am accountable for the basis on which the service plan is prepared and for achieving the specific objectives in this plan.

W. N. (Bill) Cafferata, R.P.F.
Forest Practices Board


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