Report on Plans and Priorities 2013-2014: Supplementary Information (Tables)

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Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue

A. Respendable Revenue (N/A)

B. Non-Respendable Revenue ($ thousands)

ProgramForecast Revenue 2012-2013Planned Revenue 2013-2014Planned Revenue 2014-2015Planned Revenue 2015-2016
Total Non-respendable Revenue 145 75 75 75
Economic Regulation
Refunds of previous years’ expenditures 50 - - -
Administrative Monetary Penalties 50 75 75 75
Services and Service fees 40 - - -
Subtotal 140 75 75 75
Adjudication and Alternative Dispute Resolution
Refunds of previous years’ expenditures 5 - - -
Subtotal 5 - - -
Internal Services - - - -

Upcoming Internal Audits and Evaluations over the next three fiscal years

A. All upcoming Internal Audits over the next three fiscal years

The Agency has no plans to undertake any internal audits over the next three fiscal years.  The Agency will participate in one or more Small Departments and Agencies horizontal audits undertaken by the Office of the Comptroller General (OCG). The Agency also expects to be selected for a core control audit in the next three fiscal years.  The Agency's Internal Audit Advisory Committee assesses the Agency's audit requirements, reviews OCG horizontal audit findings and recommendations, and directs and oversees implementation of corrective actions.

B. All upcoming Evaluations over the next three fiscal years

Name of Evaluation Program StatusExpected Completion Date
Evaluations of the performance of main business processes Organizational Planned Various dates

Greening Government Operations (GGO)

Green Procurement Reporting For Departments and Agencies Not Bound by the Federal Sustainable Development Act

Departments and agencies bound by the Policy on Green Procurement but not the Federal Sustainable Development Act must complete mandatory reporting on meeting the requirements of Section 7 of the Policy on Green Procurement.


  1. Approach: The Department’s approach to implementing green procurement is to target the use of PWGSC procurement instruments, the delivery of training to key personnel and the inclusion of green procurement objectives in the employee performance evaluations of key decision makers.
  2. Management Processes and Controls: The Agency uses PWGSC procurement instruments as its primary procurement mechanism and leverages the environmental considerations incorporated into these standing offers by PWGSC.  Furthermore:
    • In 2013-2014, the Agency’s procurement and materiel management policies will continue to be reviewed to ensure environmental considerations are integrated;
    • Since 2010-2011, the Federal Electronic Waste Strategy is followed by the Agency for electronic and electrical equipment; and
    • The Statement of Work templates used for contracting for services and the contract review checklist were reviewed in 2012-2013 to identify opportunities to include environmental considerations.
    • These management processes and controls were selected through an analysis of the Agency’s decision-making processes and controls.
  3. Setting Targets: In addition to commitments identified in II., IV., and V., the Agency has set the following target:
    • Ensure that only recycled paper is purchased and reduce by 5% the total amount of paper used by the Agency.This target was selected through an analysis of the Agency’s spend, in consideration of the Agency’s mandate and the nature and risks of the Agency’s purchases.
  4. Performance Evaluations: This fiscal year the Agency will ensure that an objective to take environmental considerations into account for all procurement activities is included in the performance management agreement of the manager of procurement functional specialists.
  5. Training: The Agency will ensure that all existing procurement and materiel management functional specialist employees take the CSPS course C215.  The Agency will also require that all new functional specialist staff take CSPS course C215 within three months of being hired.
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