Results highlights - 2015–16 Departmental Performance Report - Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
Highlights of the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat’s results
- Worked on creating a new Treasury Board Policy on Communications and Federal Identity, which took effect . The new policy gives government departments more options for engaging with Canadians in today’s digital environment.
- Laid the groundwork for public consultations on Open Government and access to information.
- Developed a strategy to improve cost estimating in the federal government, which will help make cost information more transparent and of a high quality to better support decision making.
- Laid the groundwork for a new Treasury Board Policy on Results, which took effect . The new policy will strengthen the federal government’s ability to deliver results and to demonstrate how tax dollars contribute to outcomes for Canadians.
- Demonstrated commitment to good‑faith bargaining by introducing legislation on , to repeal Bill C-59, which had provided the government with the authority to unilaterally override the collective bargaining process and impose a new sick leave system on the public service.
Actual spending: $4,127,888,742
This consists of $275.3 million (7 per cent) for Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat operations, $2.7 billion (65 per cent) for the employer’s share of insurance premiums for public servants and public service pensioners, and $1.2 billion (28 per cent) for the employer’s share of contributions to the public service pension plan.
Actual full‑time equivalents: 1,807
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