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Since April 2018, all organizations are required to use a results reporting structure based on the Policy on Results, which consists of a Departmental Results Framework (DRF) and a Program Inventory.
The Policy on Results sets out the fundamental requirements for federal departmental accountability for performance information and evaluation, while highlighting the importance of results in management and spending decision making, as well as public reporting. It seeks to improve the achievement of results across government and enhancing understanding of the results the government seeks to achieve, does achieve, and the resources used to so.
A Departmental Results Framework describes: …
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is responsible for the administration of the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP). As part of this program, it manages, among other things, a general inventory of students for which it manages the applications received as well as student referrals to federal organizations wishing to recruit students.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) collects data on individuals who apply through the Public Service Resourcing System (PSRS) for advertisements open to Canadians on the PSC’s jobs.gc.ca website. This enables the PSC to assess employment equity (EE) trends and performance regarding the share of external applicants of the following EE groups: Women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities.
Student hiring EE data for Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and members of visible minorities are based on those who applied and self-declared through PSRS and where a match was found in the PSC hiring and staffing activities …
The Government of Canada provides post-secondary students with opportunities to gain work experience and develop skills with federal organizations.
The Public Service Commission maintains a list of validated post-secondary academic institutions and programs.
Part 7 (Political Activities) of the Public Service Employment Act and its Regulations provide a regime for governing the political activities of public servants, while recognizing the need to balance their rights to engage in political activities with the principle of an impartial public service. As such, public servants may engage in any political activity as long as it does not impair, or is not perceived as impairing, their ability to perform their duties in a politically impartial manner.
The Public Service Commission (PSC) is responsible for safeguarding the political impartiality of the public service and public servants’ involvement in …
Ministerial staff are hired by ministers pursuant to section 128 of the Public Service Employment Act. Section 35.2 of the Act allows eligible former ministerial staff to apply to advertised internal appointment processes that are open to employees of the federal public service for a period of one year after they terminated their employment.
Persons formerly employed in certain excluded positions at the Office of the Governor General’s Secretary who have been hired after September 23, 2010, pursuant to section 4.1 of Office of the Governor General’s Secretary Employment Regulations may also participate in advertised internal appointment processes that are …
The Annual report on delegated authorities under Part 7 of the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) which provides information on candidacy requests and program activities for 2021-2022.
The investigations function plays an important role in the Public Service Commission’s (PSC) accountability to Parliament by helping safeguard the integrity of appointments and by overseeing the political impartiality of the federal public service.
Part 5 of the Public Service Employment Act (PSEA) provides the Commission with the authority to conduct investigations into appointment processes. This includes:
- Section 66: Merit, errors, omissions or improper conduct in external appointment processes;
- Subsections 67(1) and (2): For non-delegated appointments, or errors, omissions or improper conduct in internal appointment processes at the request of a deputy head;
- Section 68: Suspicion of …
Staffing Update Report: April 2022- September 2022
Reporting on the annual Staffing Support Division Client Satisfaction Questionnaire results for 2022.