Last month, the website Librarianship.ca published Highlights from the 2015-16 Departmental Performance Reports
Every year, the President of the Treasury Board, a federal Cabinet minister, tables Departmental Performance Reports (DPRs) on behalf of dozens of federal government departments and agencies:
"Departmental Performance Reports are a measure of how well individual
organizations met their plans and expected results as set out in their
respective annual Reports on Plans and Priorities, including those for internal services."
"Below are some highlights of interest to the Canadian library and
information management community as identified by individual departments
The article includes excerpts from the DPR of the Supreme Court of Canada that covers IT risks (cyber attacks), electronic case management, the implementation of a new document management system by the Library and Information Management Branch and changes in the Court Records Centre.
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