Proactive disclosure of information about the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), made public so that Canadians and Parliament are better able to hold the Government and public sector officials to account.
These annual plans outline ACOA's objectives, initiatives and planned results
These annual reports highlight ACOA's accomplishments against planned performance expectations
Transition documents prepared for the Minister
Priorities, objectives and challenges the Prime Minister has directed the minister responsible for ACOA to address.
Disclosure of expenditures related to travel, hospitality and conferences
Disclosure of departmental contracts
Disclosure of transfers of money to funding recipients
Quarterly spending at a departmental level
Disclosure of departmental positions that have been reclassified.
Evaluations provide Canadians with an evidence-based, neutral assessment of the relevance and performance of government policies and programs
Internal audits provide independent, objective assessments designed to add value and improve government operations
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The Access to Information and Privacy Online Request Service offers a convenient way to submit access to information or personal information requests.
This service enables individuals to make online requests for information under the control of Government of Canada institutions instead of having to print, scan and email or mail a form to the correct institution.
Completed Access to Information Requests
- ACOA's principles for assisting requesters
- ACOA Project Information
- Annual Reports to Parliament
- Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada
- Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
- Access to Information policies and guidance
Privacy Impact Assessment
Information about programs and information holdings
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