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The Access to Information Act came into effect on July 1, 1983, giving the public a right of access to information contained in government records, subject to certain specific and limited exceptions. Section 72 of the Access to Information Act requires that the head of every government institution submit an annual report to Parliament, detailing the administration of the Act within the institution for each fiscal year. It is under this provision that this annual report is tabled in Parliament. This annual report describes how Shared Services Canada (SSC) administered the Access to Information Act.
Businesses who reported how their business was impacted by the cyber security incidents, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) and enterprise size.
The information provided in this document is intended to assist in the mitigation of threats associated with a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) deployment by offering security advice to be used during the high-level design phase.
Annual report to Parliament summarizing the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institution’s administration of the Privacy Act
The mandate of Justice Canada’s internal audit function is to help Justice Canada achieve its strategic outcomes by using a systematic and disciplined approach to assess and contribute to the continuous improvement of its risk management, internal control, and governance processes. The results of Justice Canada's audits are posted on our Web site to promote public accountability and transparency.
The objective of publishing departmental internal audit performance results, in the form of key compliance attributes, is to provide pertinent information to stakeholders (Canadians, parliamentarians) regarding the professionalism, performance and impact of the internal audit function in departments.
The 2015 internal audits address: Timekeeping Practices, Talent management, Monitoring of the System of Internal Control Over Financial Reporting, Audit of Cost Recovery (Phase 2) including the Impact of the New Funding Model and Audit of Cost Recovery Process Improvement (CRPI) Initiative (Phase 2)
The Open Government Implementation Plan (OGIP) for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency serves to outline the approach which the Agency will undertake to meet the requirements in the Directive on Open Government.
Digital technology and Internet use, type of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) use, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), size of enterprise and Communication Technology (ICT) use for Canada from 2012 to 2013.
Percentage of online shoppers by method of payment for goods and services ordered over the Internet during the past 12 months.
All food products listed that have been found to be non-compliant with one or more of our regulations. All listed food products have been removed from the food supply in a safe manner, thereby preventing their entry into the Canadian marketplace.
Canadian Internet use survey, Internet use, electronic commerce by type of payment from internet orders for Canada and selected regions from 2005 to 2009. (Terminated)