ANNE SCOTTON was named the first Chief Audit and Evaluation Executive at Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) in April of 2007.
She is responsible for:
- Audit and Assurance Services; INAC Audit Committee;
- Evaluation, Performance Measurement and Review; Deputy Minister-chaired Committee
- Assessment and Investigation Services; Forensic Audits;
- Risk assessment and management;
- Liaison with the Office of the Auditor General and the Office of the Comptroller General.
She played a key role in delivering Japanese-Canadian Redress, was founding Executive Director of the Multiculturalism Secretariat and worked as DG, Strategic Planning and Federal-Provincial Relations for Canadian Heritage as well as DG Corporate Review which included both internal audit and evaluation. Anne worked at the Privy Council Office, from 2001 to 2007, in both Cabinet Operations and in Intergovernmental Affairs, as DG Strategic Policy and Research.
Anne served her community as President, Children’s Aid Society of Ottawa-Carleton, Trustee and Chair of the Management Committee, Ottawa Board of Education and President of the Glebe Community Association. She is VP of the Board of The Glebe Centre, a long-term care facility.
Anne holds a BA Honours, Political Science and an M.A. in Canadian Studies and is a Certified Risk Management Assurance certificate holder (CRMA).