Proactive disclosure of information for the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, made public so that Canadians and Parliament are better able to hold the Government and public sector officials to account.

Departmental Plan

Performance goals for the coming fiscal year

Departmental Results Report

Performance targets met for the fiscal year

Quarterly financial reports

Quarterly spending at a departmental level

Sustainable development

Considers social, economic and environmental impacts on Indigenous and Northern communities across the Territories

Travel and hospitality expenses

Disclosure of expenditures on travel, hospitality and conferences

Government contracts awarded

Disclosure of contracts over $10,000

Grants and contributions

Disclosure of transfers of money, goods, services or assets to individuals, organizations or other levels of government

Disclosure of serious wrongdoing in the workplace

Disclosure of wrongdoing found to have been committed

Reclassification of public service positions

Disclosure of government positions that have been reclassified

Completed access to information requests

Summaries of completed requests processed by the Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Office

Audits and evaluations

Audits and evaluations for programs and services

Briefing documents

Briefing notes prepared for the minister, deputy minister and senior managers

Annual reports to Parliament

Annual reports submitted to Parliament for ATIP, Privacy Act, and Expenditures

Briefing note titles

List of titles of briefing notes prepared for the minister and deputy head

Question Period notes

Question period notes prepared for the minister

Related links

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