Transparency: Fisheries and Oceans Canada
We make information public so that Canadians and parliament are better able to hold Government and public sector officials to account. This is referred to as proactive disclosure.
Performance goals for the coming fiscal year (April 1 to March 31).
Results achieved compared to departmental planning expectations.
Disclosure of expenditures on travel, hospitality and conferences.
Disclosure of contracts over $10,000.
Disclosure of transfers, including money, goods, services or assets, to individuals, organizations or other levels of government.
Disclosure of proven wrongdoing.
Disclosure of reclassified government positions.
Quarterly departmental spending.
Annual reports of audit and evaluations for programs and services
Briefing notes prepared for the minister, commissioner and senior managers.
Requirements to avoid any risk of mistreatment when exchanging or using information from a foreign entity.
Proactive publication of transition materials for a change in minister.
Service performance reporting for grants and contributions.
List of owned and leased buildings and assets and reports on whether there is a known presence of asbestos in each building.
Briefing materials for the minister or the deputy minister when they appear before parliamentary committees.
Search the packages of Question Period notes prepared for the minister and in use on the last sitting day in June and December.
Find out what we are spending to facilitate the business of the day or to extend courtesy to honoured guests.
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If you didn’t find what you were looking for, you can make an access to information or personal information request.
Possible delays in treating your request
Openness, transparency and accountability are guiding principles of the Government of Canada. Our ability to meet timelines for proactive publication may be affected by the pandemic. Exceptional measures are in place to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect employee health and safety. During this period, there may be delays in the proactive publication of information. Making government information available to Canadians proactively is important to us. We will continue to make reasonable efforts to meet the timelines for the proactive disclosure of information. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we all navigate these unprecedented challenges.
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