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A lobbying registration is required when a paid individual communicates with federal public office holders in respect of certain subject matter, either on behalf of their employer or a client. This dataset contains all lobbying registrations filed to the Office of the Registrar of Lobbyists between the dates January 31, 1996 and June 30, 2008 under the Lobbyists Registration Act, and the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying from July 2, 2008 onward under the Lobbying Act. The dataset provides a primary file as well as secondary files in CSV format allowing for one to many relationships for some data elements collected within a registration. Also available is a data dictionary file which provides definitions for all data elements contained within the dataset.
Monthly communication reports disclose prescribed details regarding "oral and arranged" communications between lobbyists and Designated Public Office Holders (DPOH). This dataset contains all monthly communication reports filed with the Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying. These monthly communication reports were disclosed by registrants under the Lobbying Act, which came into force on July 2, 2008. The dataset provides a primary file as well as secondary files in CSV format allowing for one to many relationships for some data elements collected within a monthly communication report.
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.
This audit focused on whether the large vessel fleets of the Royal Canadian Navy and the Canadian Coast Guard were being renewed in a timely manner. We examined whether shipbuilding was on schedule and whether the new ships were being delivered in time for the retirement of the old ships. We also looked at how the audited organizations managed the risks of delays, including how they mitigated the potential impact of delays on the navy’s and coast guard’s operations while waiting for new ships.
This audit focused on whether Transport Canada implemented selected recommendations from our 2013 audit regarding the department’s oversight of the safe transportation of people and goods. In particular, we examined the risk-based planning process and whether the department confirmed that railway companies corrected non-compliances.
Legacy data centres are older facilities that serve individual departments or a cluster of departments. This dataset contains data on Legacy data centres and includes metrics such as the cumulative number of data centres closed, the number of data centres planned for closure and the square footage of the data centres.
Results of the ATIP Request Capacity Questionnaire
The report provides an annual overview of activities undertaken by SSHRC program portfolios, and incorporates feedback from committee members and observers. Point-in-time data on applications adjudicated and awarded during the 2019-20 fiscal year is included to inform and support SSHRC's Programs Committee discussions. These findings also serve to inform SSHRC programs for continuous improvement.
This metric is the percentage of time that SSC completes a hardware request ordered against SSC Virtual Inventory offers. Calculation / formula: Number of hardware requests ordered against SSC Virtual Inventory completed within 10 days / total number of hardware requests ordered against SSC Virtual Inventory completed X 100 = %
Baseline: 10 days for processing Hardware requests ordered against SSC Virtual Inventory offers 90.00% of the time. Definitions: Defined in accordance with the Treasury Board Contracting Policy and Notice CPN 2007-4. As a result of executing Requests for Volume Discounts (RVD), SSC maintains virtual inventories of devices enabling customers to buy devices at discounted prices and with very fast turnaround times.
Software provisioning provides an end-to-end request fulfillment process for Workplace Technology Devices (WTD) software. This metric is the percentage of time that SSC completes a software request within established service levels. Calculation / formula: Number of software requests completed within established service levels / total number of software requests completed X 100 = %. Baseline: 10 days for processing requests using existing standing offers 80.00% of the time.