Government of Canada (GC) Information Management (IM) Strategy

The Government of Canada (GC) Information Management (IM) Strategy establishes key enterprise IM objectives, defines specific priorities, and aligns GC activities in support of the IM Vision. Read an overview of theGC IM Strategy.

The Enterprise GC IM Framework

All activities of the GC IM Strategy are aligned by the Enterprise GC IM Framework which consists of four priority components that combine to ensure accurate information handling and delivery occurs:

Figure 1: Enterprise GC IM Framework
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Figure 1 - Text version

The activities of the GC Information Management Strategy are aligned to the Enterprise GC IM Framework which consists of four priority components: policy and governance; people and capacity; enterprise information architecture; IM tools and application. These components combine to ensure the accurate handling and delivery of information and alignment of Government of Canada IM management activities with the IM Vision.

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