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Health Canada will also continue to identify and acquire COVID-19 treatments and therapies; expedite regulatory reviews of drugs, medical devices and disinfectants; procure any needed medical and personal protective equipment; prioritize the review of COVID-19 tests, including new, innovative options and technologies; and pursue strategies to expand testing capacity.
The Office of Audit and Evaluation (OAE) Departmental Evaluation Plan for PHAC describes the Program Evaluation Division's scheduled work for the five-year period from 2021-22 to 2025-26. The Plan was developed to meet PHAC's commitments under the Policy on Results (2016), which requires that each department prepare a five-year plan, annually updated. The projects included in this Evaluation Plan were selected to ensure full coverage of all Grant and Contribution spending over $5 million annually over a five-year period, prior commitments in Treasury Board Submissions, the information needs of program management, and program risks, and optimal use of resources. The Departmental Results Framework (DRF), program inventory, and performance information profiles developed by PHAC have formed the basis for this plan.
This Plan outlines the Agency's priorities for the year and it is a guide to help Canadians understand the diverse and strategic ways the Agency strengthens public health at all levels.
Public health involves the organized efforts of society that aim to keep people healthy and to prevent illness, injury and premature death. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has put in place programs, services and policies to help protect and promote the health of all Canadians and residents of Canada. In Canada, public health is a responsibility that is shared by all three levels of government in collaboration with the private sector, non-governmental organizations, health professionals and the public.
Provides information on the plans and expected performance of appropriated departments over a three year period. Departmental Plans are tabled in Parliament each spring
Recognizing the unprecedented scale and pace of the spending response to COVID-19, the Treasury Board Secretariat undertook to collect data on funding authorities and expenditures. The Main Estimates and Supplementary Estimates (A) for 2021-22 present a total of $42.3 billion in planned spending authorities for federal organizations across the Government of Canada to spend on measures announced in Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan (ERP). These authorities are available through the « Authorities by Measure dataset». Since March 2020, federal departments, agencies and Crown corporations have been estimating and reporting expenditures related to the COVID-19 response.
The Office of the Auditor General of Canada’s “Departmental Plan” presents its priorities, audit plans, performance measures, and targets for the coming year.
Departmental Plans (DPs) – previously named Reports on Plans and Priorities (RPP) – are forward-looking documents that provide plans for each department and agency (excluding Crown corporations). They describe departmental priorities, results and associated resource requirements covering three fiscal years. The first year of this document supplements information contained in the Main Estimates. DPs are tabled in Parliament by the President of the Treasury Board on behalf of the ministers who preside over the appropriation-dependent departments and agencies identified in Schedules I, I.1 and II of the Financial Administration Act, on or before March 31 each year.
The Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying Departmental Plans (DPs) are forward-looking documents that describe the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying's priorities, expected results and resource requirements for the next fiscal year.