2022–23 Supplementary Information Tables

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Sustainable Development Strategy

The Office of the Public Integrity Commissioner (the Office) adheres to the principles of the Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS), supporting the Government of Canada’s effort to promote environmental stewardship. The following table shows the actions to be taken by the Office in support of the Greening Government Strategy.


 Greening Government

FSDS target(s) FSDS contributing action(s) Corresponding departmental action(s) Contribution by each departmental action to the FSDS goal and/or target Starting point(s), performance indicator(s) and target(s) Program(s) in which the departmental actions will occur
Actions supporting the green procurement of goods and services of the Greening Government Strategy The Office will use environmental criteria to reduce the environmental impact and ensure best value in government procurement decisions Applying green procurement to all material and supplies purchased in day-to-day operations, giving preference to materials containing recycled and post-consumer content and certified by external environmental agencies like EcoLogo and EnergyStar. This action includes purchasing chlorine free and 100% recycled paper. Green procurement incorporates environmental considerations into purchasing decisions and is expected to motivate suppliers to reduce the environmental impact of the goods and services they deliver, and their supply chains to ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

Starting point: N/A*

Performance indicator: Proportion of material supplies purchased that fall under targeted category (i.e., containing recycled materials, post-consumer content, chlorine free and eco-certified)

Target: 80% of all material and supplies purchased meet the green procurement criterion per the indicator

Disclosure and Reprisal Management

*Note: The performance indicators were updated in 2021–22 to reflect the current situation in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Office has significantly reduced the paper purchases for printing as employees are working from home. Paper purchase is therefore no longer the main component of the strategy. Material purchases (office supplies for teleworking, books, electronic purchases, etc.) will contribute toward achieving the target.

Details on transfer payment programs

Three-year plan for the Office’s Contribution Program

Start date 2010–11
End date Ongoing
Type of transfer payment Contribution
Type of appropriation The program is appropriated annually through the Estimates
Fiscal year of terms and conditions 2010–11
Link to departmental result(s) Public sector disclosures of wrongdoing and complaints of reprisal are dealt with in a timely and effective manner
Link to department’s Program Inventory Disclosure and Reprisal Management Program
Purpose and objectives of transfer payment program The transfer payment program is made pursuant to the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act (PSDPA) and supports the Core Responsibility of the Office. It provides access to legal advice in a timely and effective matter to qualified individuals and ensuring that the rights to procedural fairness and natural justice are upheld.
Expected results The transfer payment program’s expected result will be to provide qualified individuals under the PSPDA with access to legal advice about their situation, rights, obligations and assistance in determining their best course of action. This will help ensure a fair, timely and transparent process where inquiries and investigations are conducted efficiently and in accordance with the PSDPA and ultimately contribute to increased confidence in Canadian federal public institutions.
Fiscal year of last completed evaluation 2018–19
Decision following the results of last evaluation Continuation
Fiscal year of next planned evaluation 2023–24
General targeted recipient groups
  • For-profit organizations
  • Individual or sole proprietorships
Initiatives to engage applicants and recipients Consultations with applicants and recipients, through a survey during the next transfer payment program evaluation, to assess and receive feedback on the design, delivery, and results of the program

Financial information (in dollars)

Type of transfer payment 2021–22
forecast spending
planned spending
planned spending
planned spending
Total contributions program 50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000