Accountability, Performance and Financial Reporting
- Departmental Plans
- Departmental Results Reports
- Fees Reports
- Financial Statements (unaudited)
- Expenditures on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences
- Administration of the Access to Information Act
- Administration of the Privacy Act
- Other financial reports
- Actions and initiatives to renew the public service
- Reporting Against Client Service Standards for the Participant Funding Program
Many of the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada’s publications can be accessed in both HTML and Adobe’s Portable Document Format (PDF). Contact the Agency at firstname.lastname@example.org for archived publications and alternative formats.
Every spring, departments and agencies prepare Departmental Plans, formerly Reports on Plans and Priorities, as part of the government's Expenditure Management System - a system for the planning, budgeting, allocation and reporting of public expenditures. The President of the Treasury Board tables the Departmental Plans in Parliament with the Main Estimates.
The purpose of the Departmental Plan is to build a common understanding of where our organization is going and how we will achieve key priorities. The Departmental Plan provides information on expected performance and related resource requirements over a three-year planning period.
Agency’s Departmental Plans by fiscal year:
Departmental Results Reports
Every fall, departments and agencies prepare Departmental Results Reports, formerly Departmental Performance Reports, to report on their annual performance to Parliament and Canadians. The President of the Treasury Board tables the Departmental Results Reports in Parliament at the same time as the Public Accounts.
The Departmental Results Report is the Agency's key instrument of accountability. Its main purpose is to tell Parliamentarians and Canadians whether the Agency fulfilled the performance expectations outlined in its Departmental Plan. In addition, the Departmental Results Report accounts for the resources used in fulfilling the Agency's commitments as well as explain the overall benefits realized for taxpayers.
Agency’s Departmental Results Reports by fiscal year:
Financial Statements (unaudited)
Annual Financial Statements by fiscal year:
Future Oriented Financial Statements by fiscal year:
Quarterly Financial Reports by fiscal year:
Expenditures on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences
Administration of the Access to Information Act
Administration of the Privacy Act
Other financial reports
Core Control Audit (2014)
Evaluation of the Participant Funding Program (2016)
- Evaluation of the Participant Funding Program
- Management Action Plan Response to Participant Funding Program Evaluation Recommendations
James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (2007)
- Evaluation Report of the Contribution Program
- Evaluation Report of the Contribution Program - Management Response
Actions and initiatives to renew the public service
- Building a Healthy Workplace
- Corporate Services Assessment
- An Initiative from the Prairie and Northern Regional Office Team
- Digital Yearbook #TeamCEAA
Reporting Against Client Service Standards for the Participant Funding Program
In compliance with Treasury Board Secretariat requirements, the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC) has established client service standards for its Participant Funding Program (PFP). Through the PFP, IAAC supports individuals, non-profit organizations and Indigenous groups interested in participating in federal impact assessments. Participation in federal impact assessments helps to ensure that concerns from the public and Indigenous groups are taken into consideration during an impact assessment process.
The quality of PFP service to the public and Indigenous groups is measured in turn-around times (by days) for the following services:
- Review and decision on completed funding applications;
- Signing of Contribution Agreements; and,
- Claims payment processing.
IAAC reports annually on its client service results.
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