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Performance Management Program for Chief Executive Officers of Crown Corporations

Jun 13, 2019 ... of focus during the performance cycle. Performance agreements must contain the following: objectives based on the organization’s corporate plan and that reflect its statutory mandate; and objectives that reflect priority areas of focus for the Government. Management Results: These objectives reflect expected performance in achieving excellence in the management

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat Organization

May 21, 2019 ... Corporate Services Sector Economic Sector Expenditure Management Sector Government Operations Sector Human Resources Division Internal Audit and Evaluation Bureau International Affairs, Security and Justice Sector Legal Services Branch Priority and Planning Regulatory Affairs Sector Social and Cultural Sector Strategic Communications and Ministerial Affairs Office

Future-Oriented Statement of Operations

Mar 7, 2019 .... 1. Methodology and Significant Assumptions The Future-Oriented Statement of Operations has been prepared on the basis of government priorities and departmental plans as described in the Departmental Plan. The information in the forecast results for fiscal year 2018-2019 is based on actual results as at December 6, 2018 and on forecasts for the remainder

Performance Management Program for Heads of Agencies and other Governor in Council (GiC) Appointees Eligible for Performance Pay

Jun 13, 2019 ... with a Government priority Organizational self-evaluation; input from the appropriate authority or Minister; input from a review committee (where applicable) Result: Excellence in the achievement of objectives which contribute to a corporate commitment Policy & Program, Management, and Leadership Results are associated with 67% of at-risk pay while Corporate results

Summary of the evaluation of the Canada Arts Training Fund 2012-13 to 2017-18

Jun 19, 2019 ... annual budget over five years $22,652,000 39 national professional arts schools or institutions funded yearly 90% of recipients are repeat clients Relevance CATF aligns with several PCH priorities as well as federal government priorities: it supports the accessibility of Canadian cultural content and arts training in Canada and the federal government’s public

Forms listed by number - CRA

Jun 26, 2019 ... of Another Unincorporated Organization 2018-07-03 GST322 Certificate of Government Funding 2018-08-17 GST352 Application for Clearance Certificate 2008-12-24 GST367 Endorsement to the Bond for Non-Resident Person Without a Permanent Business Establishment in Canada 2018-08-15 GST370 Employee and Partner GST/HST Rebate Application 2019-03-13 GST386 Rebate Application

Departmental Plan 2019-20 - Privy Council Office -

May 16, 2019 ... the government of the day to deliver on its priorities to the benefit of all Canadians. As 2019 is a legislated election year, the Clerk of the Privy Council will be responsible for leading PCO in its role as the caretaker ministry, ensuring continuity of services to Canadians while managing the transition of one Government to the next. In 2019–20, the Privy Council

Evaluation of the Canada Arts Training Fund 2012-13 to 2017-18

Jun 19, 2019 ... these budget constraints, CATF has engaged in other methods to be responsive to program recipients such as experiment project to explore student recruitment and retention issues at indigenous arts training institutions. CATF aligns with several PCH priorities as well as federal government priorities. Specifically, CATF aligns with the PCH priorities that support

Infrastructure Canada

Jun 16, 2019 ...Infrastructure Canada The key to building Canada for the 21st century is a strategic and collaborative long-term infrastructure plan that builds economically vibrant, strategically planned, sustainable and inclusive communities. Infrastructure Canada works closely with all orders of government and other partners to enable investments in social, green

Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat 2019–20 Departmental Plan

Jun 14, 2019 ... makes clear, we have, as well, made a strong commitment to the digital revolution that is transforming how Canadians will receive Government of Canada programs and services in the future. In the 2019 to 2020 fiscal year, we will continue to deliver meaningful results for Canadians by focusing on the following key priorities: increasing the openness, transparency

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