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The purpose of the Shared Services Canada (SSC) Disposition Strategic Plan is to outline the strategy, plan and expected outcome for the disposition of its paper, electronic and digital documents (officially recognized as information resources of business value (IRBV)) and data towards the subsequent transfer of archival records to Library and Archives Canada (LAC).
SSC is refreshing its Network and Security Strategy to align with current best practices, and to be adaptable to future requirements for its network and security services.These technology trends will require SSC to rethink how it architects, provides, manages and secures its network services, and must be agile enough to integrate any technology that is deemed necessary to government operations. To develop this Network and Security Strategy, new approaches focused on automation, software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and a zero trust concept are required. The Network and Security Strategy defines the approach SSC will need to undertake to enable the government to meet the demands of today, and adapt to the demands of the future by leveraging a progressive adoption and migration overall strategy.
Personal income tax is collected annually from Ontario residents and those who earned income in the province. The tax is calculated separately from federal income tax. There are 5 Ontario income tax brackets and 5 corresponding tax rates. For an explanation of these rates and credits, refer to the federal and provincial personal income tax return for the applicable year.
A forward regulatory plan is a public list or description of anticipated regulatory changes or actions that a department intends to bring forward or undertake in a specified time frame. It is intended to give consumers, business, other stakeholders and trading partners greater opportunity to inform the development of regulations and to plan for the future. It should be noted that this forward regulatory plan will be adjusted and updated over time as Justice Canada's operating environment also changes over time. This plan provides information on planned and potential regulatory initiatives that Justice Canada expects to bring forward over the next two years.
Effective project management is critical for Shared Services Canada (SSC) to deliver on its mandate. To mitigate vulnerabilities in project management, the SSC Project Management Centre of Excellence (PMCoE) defined and implemented SSC’s Project Management Framework (PMF). A primary component of the PMF was the Project Management (PM) Directive. This audit provides assurance as to whether appropriate systems, processes and controls for managing projects were in place at SSC to support the achievement of SSC’s mandate.
This Digital Strategy reinforces SSC's role as the IT engine of government and the lead for IT modernization throughout the Government of Canada. It details the work underway to deliver quality digital services to Canadians and SSC is involved in each one:
Modernize how the government replaces, builds and manages major IT systems;
Provide services to people when and where they need them;
Take a coordinated approach to digital operations; and
Transform how SSC works.
The Information Management (IM) Strategy 2015-2018 was developed in the context of SSC’s strategic outcomes, transformation agenda, Open Government initiative, and Government of Canada’s Blueprint 2020 principles.
This strategy was also developed in support of the Government of Canada’s IM 2020 Vision, which includes managing information as assets to better serve citizens, make informed decisions, and enable quality reporting.
Shared Services Canada (SSC) plays a vital role in supporting the Government departments that are providing critical services to Canadians.
Amid the current COVID-19 Pandemic, SSC is working with Government departments and agencies to ensure that IT infrastructure and telecommunications needs across the Government of Canada continue to be met.
The questions and answers that follow are general, and provide insight how SSC is supporting the work of federal public servants across Canada as they deliver services to Canadians when they need it most.
The objective of the audit was to provide assurance regarding the adequacy and effectiveness of Shared Service Canada’s (SSC) corporate governance (structure, processes, controls and information for decision making) with a view to supporting efficiency, accountability and achievement of SSC’s mandate.
This fact sheet provides an overview of changes made to the Shared Services Canada (SSC) Act concerning the delegation of SSC procurement authorities.