Board of Management Oversight Framework - Assessment of Performance

The Board of Management is responsible for the oversight of the organization and administration of the CRA and the management of Agency resources, services, property, personnel, and contracts. To help fulfill its oversight role, the Board reviews, each quarter, a comprehensive Board of Management Performance Dashboard prepared by the Agency. This dashboard reports against key performance indicators that the Board has chosen to use to monitor and assess the CRA’s performance in areas subject to the Board’s oversight. This dashboard also reports on the status of strategic deliverables the Agency committed to in its Corporate Business Plan. In addition, the Board and its committees regularly review reports related to the Agency’s performance in the areas of management that the Board’ oversees in carrying out its mandate. Annually, the overall performance of the CRA is reported in the Departmental Results Report and the Financial Statements.

The oversight work carried out by the Board complements the Treasury Board Secretariat's (TBS) Management Accountability Framework (MAF). Together, the two provide a complete evaluation of the CRA’s management practices and performance.

Until the end of 2016-2017, the Board made use of a monitoring tool called the Board of Management Oversight Framework (BoMOF) to assess CRA management practices and performance at the end of each fiscal year. The results of those assessments can be found at the links below. In 2017, the Board approved the discontinuance of the BoMOF approach in favour of a more extensive use of existing reporting mechanisms, including those outlined above, as a means to assist the Board in exercising its oversight role.

2016-2017

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013

2011-2012

2010-2011

2009-2010

2008-2009

2007-2008

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