Public Services and Procurement Canada
Transparency

The Government of Canada is committed to open government, which is being pursued along 3 streams: open data, open information and open dialogue. The goal is to promote transparency, empower citizens, fight corruption and harness new technologies to strengthen governance.

Access to information and privacy

Canadians, permanent residents and individuals and businesses in Canada can request records and personal information about themselves held by a federal institution

Proactive disclosure

Proactively published government information such as contracts over $10,000, grants and contributions, and travel expenses by senior officials

Titles of briefing notes

List of briefing notes for the minister or the deputy minister of Public Services and Procurement Canada

Question Period notes

Question Period notes in use by the minister on the last day of the parliamentary session (June and December)

Briefing materials

Briefing materials prepared by committees such as Government Operations and Estimates and Public Accounts of Canada, for the minister or deputy minister of Public Services and Procurement Canada

Quarterly usage reports

Quarterly usage reports received by Public Service and Procurement Canada on a regular basis from suppliers

Departmental plan

Annual reports informing Canadians on the performance goals for the coming fiscal year, as well as previous fiscal years

Departmental sustainable development strategy

Annual reports informing Canadians on commitments and performance expectations, responding to the Federal sustainable development strategy

Departmental results report

Annual report card informing Canadians whether we have met our expectations outlined in our departmental plan

Canada Post Corporation Act library materials review report

Review of the definition of library materials

Fees report

Annual reports intended to increase transparency which provides Parliamentarians and Canadians a detailed listing of all fees along with future year fee amounts

Financial report

Different financial reports including the consolidated financial statements, the quarterly financial reports, and the consolidated future-oriented statement of operations

Departmental evaluation plan

Plan to evaluate our service over the next 5 years (updated annually)

Evaluation report

Recommendations intended to help the Government of Canada design and deliver programs and services

Internal audits report

Reports assuring Canadians that government activities demonstrate responsible management

Annual report on preventing human trafficking, forced labour and child labour in the department's supply chains

Reports submitted under the Fighting Against Forced Labour and Child Labour in Supply Chains Act

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