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On March 23, 2004, the Government announced a new policy on the mandatory publication of contracts over $10,000. At the time, certain types of contracts were excluded from the proactive disclosure requirements, chief among these being contracts for legal services. TBS has revised the Treasury Board Guidelines on the Proactive Disclosure of Contracts to remove the exemption for contracts for legal services. Under the current guidelines, the only contracts exempted from proactive disclosure obligations are those where disclosure of information would compromise criminal investigations, national security, negotiations or public safety.
The accompanying dataset contains information about lost, stolen and found licensable sealed sources and radiation devices since 2008. Licensees have an obligation to report these occurrences. The dataset was generated by the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) from events reported to the CNSC by licensees and members of the public. The same information is used to produce the Reports on Lost or Stolen Sealed Sources and Radiation Devices that is published on the CNSC’s website.
List of expenses incurred by elected and government officials subject to the Public Disclosure of Travel and Expenses Directive. Includes category, date and amount of expense and link to scanned receipt.
Under the Public Service Compensation Disclosure Policy, compensation, including salary, benefit, and severance amounts for government employees with base salaries or severance payments of equal to or greater than the identified annual threshold, are available in the linked dataset.
On February 25, 2004, the government announced the mandatory publication of information concerning the reclassification of positions in the Public Service of Canada.
This dataset provides information on the reclassification of positions by department and agencies on a quarterly basis.
Transition binder for the November 18, 2020 appointment of Sarah Paquet, Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Financial Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC)
Whenever possible, you should report wrongdoing to the police instead of taking action on your own. Police officers are equipped with the proper intervention tools and trained to deal with incidents which may escalate to become violent. What You Need to Know About Making a Citizens Arrest discusses the processes involved in deciding if you are in a position to make a citizen's arrest. The publications warns that a citizen's arrest is a very serious and potentially dangerous undertaking.
All institutions subject to the Contracting Policy are required to publish reports on Contracts issued / amended by or on behalf of the Government of Canada. This dataset consolidates all the Contract reports submitted by federal institutions. Note: The information contained in these Contracts reports have been derived from data provided by the authorized federal reporting entities. As the data is unaudited, no warranty or other legal assurance as to the accuracy or completeness of this information is stated or can be implied.
The Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act (ATIP) became law on July 1, 1983. The Access to Information Act gives Canadian citizens, permanent residents and any person present in Canada, the right of access to information contained in government records, subject to certain specific and limited exceptions. The Privacy Act extends to individuals the right of access to information about themselves held by the government, subject to specific and limited exceptions. The Act also protects the privacy of individuals by preventing others from having access to their personal information and gives individuals substantial control over its collection, use and disclosure.
This follow-up report on the implementation of management action plans outlines the measures taken by the various entities concerned in response to findings and recommendations. As part of the follow-up process, management action plans are reviewed annually until they are fully implemented, and the extent of implementation is assessed and reported to the Executive Committee, which serves as the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Departmental Evaluation Committee.
This annual report contains the follow-up findings, as of March 31st, 2015, of seven evaluation projects for which reports and management action plans have been submitted to and approved by the Executive Committee.