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This dataset contains the object code classification structure and the descriptions for each of the object codes. The object code is a field in the government-wide coding block. It identifies the types of goods or services acquired, the transfer payments made, the source of revenue or the cause of increases or decreases in assets and liabilities. The object code information provides:
a structure for reporting the nature of transactions in the Estimates and in the Public Accounts
a standard classification of transactions for internal departmental analysis and use by central management
the basis used by Statistics Canada to more accurately determine and report the impact of government revenues and expenditures on the rest of the economy
In addition, the object coding allows the information to be useable at a government-wide level, which reduces the number of individual requests central agencies must make to departments and agencies.
The primary purpose of the authority codes is to identify expenditure transactions for accountability and reporting in the Public Accounts of Canada according to the specific votes and other authorities in the Estimates, other authorities included in specific statutes; and in addition, to identify the nature of revenue, by tax and non-tax revenue. Other authority codes (non-appropriated authorities) are also established by central agencies to facilitate the identification of various accounting transactions that do not require the use of appropriations. An appropriation is an authority of Parliament to pay money out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) and as such, provides parliamentarians with control over most expenditures of the government. As a general rule, transactions are recorded against an appropriation on an expenditure basis; however, there are certain expenditures that are not charged to an appropriation until a payment is required.
The Values and Ethics Code for the Public Sector (VECPS) came into effect in April 2012 as an overarching guide for employees, to help clarify the role and expected behaviours of public servants, and outlines the fundamental values of the public sector of Canada. The VECPS was developed in consultation with public servants, public sector organizations and bargaining agents. The Code applies to the entire public sector, including departments, crown corporations and separate agencies. Based on the VECPS and in accordance with Section 6 of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA), Shared Services Canada (SSC) has developed its own Organizational Code (The Code) to provide guidance on ethical behaviour and decision-making in the context of day to day operations at SSC.
List of all error codes for Accelerated Commercial Release Operations Support System (ACROSS) including electronic release, Advance Commercial Information (marine, air and rail) and Customs Self-Assessment program.
The Program Alignment Architecture (PAA) was published annually and set the Departments Strategic Outcomes and Programs between 2012 and 2017.
Similarly, the Department of Justice also publishes the Departmental Results Framework and the Program Inventory. Both of these publications consist of describing the core responsibilities of the Department, and the results and key indicators for results. The program inventory identifies the programs that contribute to the department's Core Responsibilities and Beliefs/ The Departmental Results Framework and Program Inventory is currently published, with its first issue being in 2018.
The AIRS miscellaneous code must be submitted in the commodity details section of the declaration as per the rules in the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document (ECCRD), the CFIA appendix, and AIRS.
The AIRS registration code must be submitted in the commodity details section of the declaration as per the rules in the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document (ECCRD), the CFIA appendix, and AIRS.
In accordance with section 6 of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA), the Values and Ethics Code of the Department of Justice (the Code) sets out the values and ethics that guide public servants at the Department in all their professional activities. It also provides a set of guidelines and principles to support ethical behaviour and decision making for all public servants. The Code outlines the values and expected behaviours that guide public servants in the Department in all activities related to their professional duties. The Code provides guidance for common situations involving our work at the Department.
The AIRS end use code must be submitted in the commodity details section of the declaration as per the rules in the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document (ECCRD), the CFIA appendix, and AIRS.
This table provides statistics on the Top 20 Fee for Services Codes by Expenditure under the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). These reports include payment and service information for services provided by Alberta physicians to people registered with the Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP). Payments and Services provided to Albertans while they are out of country or out of province are excluded from these reports.