Open Government Portal
The Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA) offers federal public sector employees and other persons a secure and confidential process for the disclosure of serious wrongdoing in the workplace, as well as protection against reprisal.
Information to which public access is provided must describe: the wrongdoing, including the identity of the person found to have committed it if necessary in order to describe the wrongdoing adequately; the recommendations, if any, set out in any report made to the chief executive; and any corrective action taken by the chief executive or the reasons why no corrective action was taken.
On February 25, 2004, the government announced the mandatory publication of information concerning the reclassification of positions in the Public Service of Canada.
This dataset provides information on the reclassification of positions by department and agencies on a quarterly basis.
This dataset consolidates quarterly progress for Canada’s 2022-2024 National Action Plan on Open Government
As part of the Government of Canada’s commitment to experimentation, TBS is supporting an inventory of experiments implemented as part of Government of Canada’s programs and services. The main purpose of the inventory is to publicly describe planned and ongoing experiments so as to foster learning and minimize duplication. The preregistration of experiments is also recognized as a good practice that favors transparency and prevents bias and data dredging.
Departments subject to the 2017 Directive on Internal Audit are to proactively disclose remuneration and expenses of individual external departmental audit committee members appointed by Treasury Board. This includes travel expenditures, as well as remuneration earned for time spent on the following activities: attendance at meetings, reasonable preparation time, travel time and time spent at training or orientation. Members’ expenses may vary based on requirements (e.g. onboarding and training for a new member, departmental initiatives requiring additional time and advice, special meetings and/or events, point of origin of a member’s travel, etc.). It is also expected that committee Chairs will …
In accordance with the Access to Information Act, the government proactively publishes the package of question period notes that were prepared by a government institution for the minister and that were in use on the last sitting day in June and December.
The question period notes may be partially or fully redacted in accordance with the legislation; for example, if the notes contain information related to national security or personal information.
List of departments and organizations registered on the Open Government Portal. Columns include:
title_en: Title in English
title_fr: Title in French
short_form_en: Short form in English
short_form_fr: Short form in French
department_number: Historical department number
umd_number: Unified department number
open_canada_id: Department identifier on https://open.canada.ca
This dataset contains information on all Government of Canada award notices published according to the Financial Administration Act. It includes data for all Schedule I, Schedule II and Schedule III departments, agencies, Crown corporations, and other entities (unless specifically exempt) who must comply with the Government of Canada trade agreement obligations. CanadaBuys is the authoritative source of this information. Visit the How procurement works page on CanadaBuys to learn more.
All data files in this collection share a common column structure, and the procurement category field (labelled as “procurementCategory-categorieApprovisionnement”) can be used to filter by the following four major categories …
This dataset contains information on Government of Canada tender information published according to the Financial Administration Act. It includes data for all Schedule I, Schedule II and Schedule III departments, agencies, Crown corporations, and other entities (unless specifically exempt) who must comply with the Government of Canada trade agreement obligations. CanadaBuys is the authoritative source of this information. Visit the How procurement works page on the CanadaBuys website to learn more.
All data files in this collection share a common column structure, and the procurement category field (labelled as “procurementCategory-categorieApprovisionnement”) can be used to filter by the following four major …
The primary purpose of the authority codes is to identify expenditure transactions for accountability and reporting in the Public Accounts of Canada according to the specific votes and other authorities in the Estimates, other authorities included in specific statutes; and in addition, to identify the nature of revenue, by tax and non-tax revenue. Other authority codes (non-appropriated authorities) are also established by central agencies to facilitate the identification of various accounting transactions that do not require the use of appropriations. An appropriation is an authority of Parliament to pay money out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF) and as such, …