Amendments are coming for the office for the Auditor General for Local Government.
The Province wants improved communication and strengthened governance and accountability.
All this while the Clark government is wrapped up in a court case against the former Auditor General, Basia Ruta.
It is an attempt to clean up an office that has been plagued with problems.
Identifying clearer definitions of job responsibilities and creating better communication between the minister and audit council — this is how the government wants to resolve past mistakes.
But former Auditor General Basia Ruta is fighting her termination, saying she was never given clear guidelines about what her job involved.
During her two years as Auditor General she filed two reports with more than a five million dollar budget.