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This audit focused on whether Employment and Social Development Canada, Public Services and Procurement Canada, Shared Services Canada, and Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat planned and carried out procurements for complex IT solutions that support the achievement of business outcomes and the government’s commitment to promote fairness, openness, and transparency in the process.
Briefing Package for the hearing on Report 1—Procuring Complex Information Technology Solutions, of the 2021 Reports of the Auditor General of Canada before the Standing Committee on Public Accounts - 27 May 2021
Shared Services Canada (SSC) recently established a Centre of Expertise in Agile and Innovative Procurement (CoEAIP). The CoEAIP will explore and test agile and innovative procurement practices and share this expertise throughout the federal government.
This fact sheet provides an overview of changes made to the Shared Services Canada (SSC) Act concerning the delegation of SSC procurement authorities.
- Shared Services Canada 101
- Shared Services Canada at a Glance
- Shared Services Canada by the Numbers
- Digital Landscape
- Applications and Technology Layer - Expenditures Have been Increasing
- The Government of Canada has a complex portfolio of information technology systems and networks
- Shared Services Canada 3.0 Need for an Enterprise Approach
- Regional Distribution
- Organizational Chart
- Shared Services Canada Fun Facts
- Senior Leaders - Bios
- Shared Services Canada 3.0
- Towards a digital government
- Why does Enterprise matter? - Priority 1 — Network and Security
- Priority 2 — Workplace Collaboration Tools
- Priority 3 – Application Modernization
- Building Blocks
- Our Approach
- Putting the “Shared” in Shared Services
- SSC’s Vision, Mission & Values
The international classification system for procurement items called the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) will replace the Government of Canada’s Goods and Services Identification Numbers (GSIN) codes in 2017. The GSIN to UNSPSC mapping is currently in development. Once finalized, the mapping will be shared as open data. Visit the “About UNSPSC” page to learn more: https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/unspsc/about-unspsc.
Quarterly Usage Reports (QURs) provided to Public Service and Procurement Canada by suppliers on a quarterly basis, compiling and maintaining records on the provision of services to the federal government under contracts resulting from Standing Offers and/or Supply Arrangements.
Note: Blanks fields indicate that the supplier submitted a NIL report due to contracts not being issued to them under the identified method of supply during the specified reporting period.
o Canadian Medium Assurance Solutions
o Shared Services Canada’s Security Operations Centre
o CSE’s Top 10 and Shared Services Canada
o CSE’s Top 10 in the Mobile Environment
Measures operation efficiency by comparing annual procurement costs as a proportion of the three-year annual average of the total value of contracts entered into by the organization. Calculation / formula: [(Annual Cost of Procurement Services)/(3-Year Annual Avg. of the Total Value of Contracts Entered Into)] * 100
Cost of Procurement Services is defined as the total annual costs (expenditures) for SSC procurement services, including salary and O&M. Contract Value is defined as the three-year annual average of the total value of contract entered into by the organization.
The objective of the audit was to provide assurance on the adequacy of information technology (IT) asset management at Shared Services Canada (SSC) and to ensure compliance with government policies and SSC procedures. The scope of the audit included SSC’s IT asset management (ITAM) processes, tools and controls including the application of these processes, tools and controls from September 1, 2014, to September 30, 2015.