Treasury Board Submissions
What is a Treasury Board submission?
A Treasury Board submission is an official document that is used to seek specific authorities or approvals from the Treasury Board to help implement a new program or a project in the Government of Canada. Submissions are brought forward by a minister to undertake an initiative that their organization would not otherwise be able to undertake or that is outside the organization’s delegated authorities.
Writing a Treasury Board submission
Guidance for Drafters of Treasury Board Submissions sets out how to prepare Treasury Board submissions with practical advice and concrete examples. The guidance includes links to the Treasury Board (TB) submission template, tools and instructions for drafting submissions.
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