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Departmental Evaluation Plan
2022-2023 to 2026-2027
National Research Council Canada (NRC) departmental plan, by fiscal year. Provides parliamentarians and Canadians with information on what we do and the results we are trying to achieve during the upcoming year.
The Fieldnotes dataset represents the anticipated locations of DFO Science field operations for 2022-2023 in the North Pacific and Arctic oceans, as well as in the coastal and interior waters of British Columbia and the Yukon.
Departmental Plan of priorities and mandate of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada.
Please note that the Departmental Plans, Reports on Plans and Priorities from 2001-2006 have been archived by the Library and Archives on their website, and are no longer updated. Departmental Plans from 2006-2012 have also been archived by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat, and will henceforth not be updated. The Departmental Plan and Reports on Plans and priorities discuss the strategic and program based actions that show how the Department of Justice will support the Government in achieving its yearly agenda. The report describes the actual results we are
striving to achieve, describing our programs and services for Canadians, our priorities, and our progress meeting my mandate commitments and the Government’s priorities.
Briefing Package for the Public Accounts hearing on the 2020-21 Departmental Results Report and the 2022-23 Departmental Plan – 5 May 2022
Planned evaluation coverage over the next five fiscal years
The Department of Public Services and Procurement Canada, in its role as Receiver General for Canada, is responsible for the management and safeguarding of all federal government money. The Receiver General uses a centralized banking system (Government Banking System or GBS) to record the inflow of funds. Data is stored in the GBS detailing the dates and amounts for deposits made to financial institutions. This dataset, entitled “Deposits to Financial Institutions”, provides details extracted from the Government Banking System of all deposits made to Financial Institutions and their subsequent receipt at the Bank of Canada.
This is the Departmental Plan for Public Services and Procurement Canada which provides increased levels of detail over a three-year period on its main priorities by strategic outcome, programs, sub-programs, planning highlights and expected results.