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This report presents the findings of the evaluation of the Enabling Technology Development Sub-Sub-Program (SSP), which covers the activities of the Space Technology Development Program (STDP) and the services offered by the Intellectual Property Management and Technology Transfer (IPMTT) group.
The State of the Canadian Space Sector Report provides factual information about features of the Canadian
The baseline data in the Report include the number of organizations active in the sector and their composition, the sectors of activity, the Canadian space workforce and composition, research and development (R&D) and innovation.
In 2014/15, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) contracted with the firm Euroconsult, to complete a Comprehensive Socio-Economic Impact Assessment of the Canadian Space Sector. The study provides a detailed assessment of the global and Canadian space sectors, as well as the economic footprint and strategic and social value of Canadian space activities.
This report presents the findings of the evaluation of the Space Capacity Development Program (hereafter referred to as the "SCDP") implemented by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). This is the first evaluation of this program, and it was carried out by the CSA's Audit and Evaluation Directorate between September 2018 and March 2020, with the support of PRA Inc. This evaluation is included in the CSA's five-year Evaluation Plan and was conducted in accordance with the Treasury Board of Canada's Policy on Results (2016).
The objective of the audit project was to determine whether a management framework is in place to ensure that the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Class Grant and Contribution Program to Support Research, Awareness and Learning in Space Science and Technology (the Program) is managed in accordance with relevant legislation and policies and the approved terms and conditions of the Program, and whether there is proper accountability reporting of the Program.
"Canada's Space Policy Framework" is focused on delivering results. Building on Canada's strengths and historic achievements, Canada's Space Policy Framework will lay the groundwork to inspire the next generation to pursue studies and careers in science and engineering. It will provide a comprehensive approach to Canada's future in space to ensure our continued commitment to exploration, commercialization and development.
This document constitutes the final evaluation report of the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Advanced Exploration Technology Development (AETD) program. The evaluation was conducted during the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 fiscal years by the CSA's Audit and Evaluation Directorate (specifically, the CSA's Evaluation function) in response to the Treasury Board of Canada's (TB) Policy on Evaluation (2009a), which requires that all federal government programs be evaluated every five years. The evaluation covers the period from 2008-2009 to 2012-2013.
The objective of this audit was to determine whether the management framework in place enables the program to achieve its objectives and to comply with relevant policies, regulations and guidelines issued by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and the central agencies.
This report covers the findings of the evaluation of sub-program 1.2.3. Human Space Missions and Support and sub-sub-program 184.108.40.206. International Space Station Utilization (hereinafter called the "program"), implemented by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) for the period from April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2018. In 1985, the Canadian Space Station Program began when Prime Minister Brian Mulroney accepted the invitation by President of the United States Ronald Reagan to participate in the multilateral program to develop and build the International Space Station (ISS). The initial partners were the United States (leader), Canada, Europe (represented by the European Space Agency (ESA)) and Japan.