2008-2009 Annual Report of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner
The Office is responsible for implementingThe Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act which has been in force since April 2007.
The Act provides a mechanism for disclosing information about wrongdoings committed in the Canadian federal public sector and for protecting the persons who make disclosures.
- looks at the challenges faced by small agencies, boards and commissions, as well as those faced by Crown corporations;
- provides an overview of four serious cases that were brought to the attention of the Commissioner;
- includes a section on the fears of public servants to come forward, an overview of the Office's prevention initiatives and liaison activities, as well as a report on a symposium held in September 2008