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Information Bulletin: Guidelines for third parties submitting reports to Public Services and Procurement Canada in connection with a determination of ineligibility - Government of Canada's Integrity regime - Accountability - PSPC

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/ci-if/bulletins/directives-guidelines-eng.html

Nov 7, 2019 ...Information bulletin: Guidelines for third parties submitting reports to Public Works and Government Services Canada in connection with a determination of ineligibility Other format available for download: Information bulletin: Guidelines for third parties submitting reports to Public Works and Government Services Canada in connection with a determination

Receiver General Buy Button upgrade: Privacy impact assessment summary – Access to information and privacy at Public Services and Procurement Canada - PSPC

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/aiprp-atip/efvp-pia/sebarg-rupias-eng.html

Nov 7, 2019 ... are addressed in third-party agreements (terms of engagement and set-up forms) between Public Works and Government Services Canada, other government departments and the Receiver General Buy Button service vendor via interface information exchange or supporting the related services Publishing a harmonized retention and disposal procedures that meet government

Section IV: Analysis of trends in spending and human resources—2017 to 2018 Departmental Results Report – Publications and Reports – Public Services and Procurement Canada – Departments and agencies – Canada.ca

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/rapports-reports/rrm-drr/2017-2018/rrm-drr-04-eng.html

Nov 5, 2019 ... (2018 to 2019 to 2020 to 2021) broken down between statutory and voted expenditures. Public Services and Procurement Canada's planned and actual spending trend: Fiscal 2015 to 2016 until fiscal 2020 to 2021 (in millions of dollars) Image description This bar graph illustrates the planned and actual spending trend for Public Services and Procurement Canada for 6

Section I: Raison d'être, mandate and role—Who we are and what we do: 2017 to 2018 Departmental Results Report – Publications and Reports – Public Services and Procurement Canada – Departments and agencies – Canada.ca

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/rapports-reports/rrm-drr/2017-2018/rrm-drr-01-eng.html

Nov 5, 2019 ...Section I: Raison d'être, mandate and role—Who we are and what we do: 2017 to 2018 Departmental Results Report Document navigation for "Section I: Raison d'être, mandate and role—Who we are and what we do: 2017 to 2018 Departmental Results Report" Previous page Table of contents Next page Raison d'être Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) plays

Minister's and Deputy Minister's correspondence process: Privacy impact assessment summary – Access to information and privacy at Public Services and Procurement Canada - PSPC

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/aiprp-atip/efvp-pia/prcssscrrspndnc-crrspndncprcsss-eng.html

Nov 7, 2019 ...Minister's and Deputy Minister's correspondence process: Privacy impact assessment summary On this page Introduction Directorate mandate overview Data analysis Privacy risk management Conclusion Introduction The Ministerial and Deputy Ministerial Correspondence Directorate of Public Works and Government Services Canada is the functional authority

Understanding militarily critical technical data – Handling militarily critical technical data - Joint Certification Program – Public Services and Procurement Canada

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/pma-jcp/dtcpm-mctd-eng.html

Nov 5, 2019 ... can withhold militarily critical technical data from public use private contractors must be certified by the Joint Certification Program to access militarily critical technical data Apply for contractor certification in the Joint Certification Program Who uses militarily critical technical data? The Department of National Defence in Canada, the United States

Administrative costs charged to the Canada Pension Plan Account, financial report for fiscal year ended on March 31, 2018 - Audit and evaluation at Public Services and Procurement Canada - PSPC

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/rapports-reports/verification-audit/faicrpc-acccppa-eng.html

Nov 5, 2019 ..., Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) We have audited the accompanying financial report on Administrative Costs charged to the Canada Pension Plan Account by PSPC and accompanying notes for the year ended March 31, 2018 (the “financial report”). The financial report has been prepared by management based on the financial reporting provisions in Part C

West Memorial Building: Rehabilitation – Federal property construction and maintenance projects – Federal properties and buildings – About government – Canada.ca

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/biens-property/construction/eco-wmb-eng.html

Nov 6, 2019 ...West Memorial Building: Rehabilitation From: Public Services and Procurement Canada Learn about the project to restore the West Memorial Building, a classified heritage building. On this page Project overview Project description Benefits to Canadians Project background Latest news about this project Related links More information Project overview Location

Our department during the Second World War - Celebrating Public Services and Procurement Canada’s history - Public Services and Procurement Canada at 150 – About PSPC – PSPC

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/apropos-about/canada150/guerre-war-eng.html

Oct 25, 2017 ... the country’s capacity to respond quickly and efficiently. These contributions endure as a proud moment in Public Services and Procurement Canada’s history. Fast facts The infrastructure created and managed by the Department of Munitions and Supply produced $10 billion worth of assets during the war. Did you know that this is equivalent to $100 billion in today’s money

Apply for contractor certification in the Joint Certification Program – Handling militarily critical technical data - Joint Certification Program – Public Services and Procurement Canada

https://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/pma-jcp/demande-apply-eng.html

Nov 5, 2019 ...Apply for contractor certification in the Joint Certification Program Canadian and American contractors must be certified by the Joint Certification Program to bid and work on contracts and conduct research requiring access to militarily critical technical data. On this page Why is certification required? Who is eligible for certification in Canada? How

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