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The purpose of this Reference Architecture Document (RAD) is to provide a high-level service model of the GCNet, including a description of its capabilities, and a depiction and description of its target architecture. The GCNet is broken down into its component services. The capabilities of each service will be further described in a separate Service Definition Document (SDD), and the architecture of each will be further described in a separate Technical Architecture Document (TAD), including security and privacy controls.
The evaluation team examined Distributed Computing Services (DCS) provided by Shared Services Canada (SSC) to a group of client organizations on a cost-recovery basis. DCS encompass a range of services that support the provisioning and functionality of employee workstations and computing environments, such as desktop engineering, deployment and ongoing technical support. SSC’s work in consolidating government-wide procurement of software and hardware was excluded from the evaluation. The objective of this evaluation, as per the Treasury Board Policy on Evaluation, was to determine the relevance and performance of DCS.
The Program Alignment Architecture presents a structured inventory of Transport Canada's programs as per the Treasury Board Policy on Management, Resources and Results Structure.
Each January and July, SSC’s partners fill out a long-form questionnaire on trends in service delivery performance and engagement practices.
This data set provides a list of the 2017-18 Head of Mission (HOM) planning commitments for each mission and indicates which planning commitments are aligned to Global Affairs Canada's 2017-18 Program Alignment Architecture (PAA). Missions are asked to self-identify their alignment when planning their commitments for the upcoming fiscal year.
DCS Office locations including Civic Address, City, Postal Code, Name of Office, Phone #, Fax #, Hours, Website
Having a robust Program Alignment Architecture (PAA) is a fundamental part of the Canadian
Government’s policy on Management, Resources, and Results Structures (MRRS). This policy reinforces the government’s commitment to continually strengthen its management
and accountability of public expenditures by providing a robust framework by which
to link the use of resources to the achievement of results. The PAA for the Department of National Defence came into effect in April 2014. The PAA has since been replaced by the Department Results Framework(DRF) dataset (Ref: OD-2021-00004).
Runway excursion, Perimeter Aviation LP, Fairchild SA227-DC Metro 23, C-GJVB, Dryden Regional Airport (CYHD), Ontario, 24 February 2020
This table contains 63 series, with data for years 2007 - 2012 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years), and was last released on 2015-09-11. This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (1 item: Canada), North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) (3 items: Architectural services and landscape architectural services; Architectural services; Landscape architectural services), Industry expenditures (21 items: Total operating expenses; Salaries, wages and benefits; Commissions paid to non-employees; Professional and business services fees; ...).
This data set provides a list of the 2017-18 common services planning commitments for each mission and indicates which planning commitments are aligned to Global Affairs Canada's 2017-18 Program Alignment Architecture (PAA). Missions are asked to self-identify their alignment when planning their commitments for the upcoming fiscal year.