Communications Security Establishment
Supplementary Estmates (C), 2021-22
- The Communications Security Establishment (CSE) is one of Canada’s key security and intelligence agencies and the lead federal technical authority for cyber security.
- The CSE provides valuable foreign intelligence to inform the Government of Canada’s decision making and protect national security.
- Its sophisticated cyber and technical expertise also helps identify, prepare for, and defend against threats to Canada and its cyber systems and networks.
- While conducting these activities, CSE respects the highest standards of lawfulness, ethics, values and the protection of the privacy of Canadians.
- CSE’s 2021-22 Supplementary Estimates (C) (SEC) includes total funding of $16.4M.
Line Items included in CSE’s 2021-22 Supplementary Estimates (C):
- Extending Canada’s Middle East Strategy ($4.8M):
- $4.0M composed of Personnel ($2.9M) and Operating ($1.1M)
- $0.8M for Statutory Employee Benefit Plan (EBP)
- Interdepartmental Transfers:
- From Shared Services Canada ($9.7M)
- From Department of National Defence ($2.3M)
- From CSE to Treasury Board Secretariat ($13.3K)
- From CSE to Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development ($384.9K)
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