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2002/03 Annual Service Plan Report
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Photograph -- Honourable Gordon Campbell.I am pleased to present the second Office of the Premier Annual Service Plan Report for the 2002/2003 fiscal year. The annual report provides a detailed overview of the progress that the Office of the Premier has made in implementing our service plan commitments.

Our government is acting to revitalize the economy, to restore sound fiscal management, and to renew the public services that are important to British Columbians. As we implement this plan, the Office of the Premier is responsible for providing the overall strategic direction to Ministries to ensure we meet these goals and commitments in a timely and effective way.

We have put in place a number of measures to ensure accountability for results. Legislation now in place requires annual three-year service plans for each ministry and government organization alongside the provincial budget. Government has also developed a three-year Strategic Plan that articulates the government's vision, goals, and objectives that the service plans support. And through the Balanced Budget and Ministerial Accountability Act, we've put in place new measures to help ensure that government balances the budget by 2004.

All of these measures are designed to ensure the government's goals are presented and met in a way that is open and accountable to the public. We will continue working in the year ahead to build a future of new opportunity for all British Columbians.

Gordon Campbell,


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