Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Government of Canada Departmental Performance Reports

Last week, the federal government tabled in the House of Commons 91 Departmental Performance Reports on behalf of federal departments and agencies.

The annual Reports are part of the federal Estimates Process that includes government expenditure plans, the main and supplementary budget estimates, and Reports on Plans and Priorities (RPPs).

Every year, federal departments and agencies publish RPPs outlining their strategic goals. At the end of the fiscal year, Departmental Performance Reports look back on actual accomplishments and expenditures, to assess how well the agencies performed as measured against the objectives that were set out in the RPPs.

The 2007-2008
Departmental Performance Reports for the Supreme Court of Canada provide an outline of the institution's overall achievements:
  • Process cases without delay
  • Court modernization
  • Integrated approach for identifying, assessing and managing all risks
  • and more ...

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 7:00 pm

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