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Audits and Evaluations

Results-based Management and Accountability Framework

For Disposition of the Government Information of
Continuing Value
Program Activity Architecture 1.1

3.2 Logic Model

Logic models are used in performance measurement and evaluation to illustrate the key activities and results of programs. They illustrate the programs for a variety of purposes, including the identification of the key outcomes to eventually assess the effectiveness of programs. Logic models typically include the following components:

  • Activities: these include the key actions that lead directly to the expected outputs.
  • Outputs: these include tangible products and services directly produced as a result of the activities. They are concrete in nature and are means to achieve the expected results.
  • Immediate, intermediate and ultimate results: These components include the key expected results, outcomes and impacts of the programs. It is assumed that they result from the outputs, as well as other external factors not identified in the logic model.

The logic model developed for the Disposition of the government information of continuing value is the following.

Logic model for managing the disposition of the GC information of continuing value.

Text equivalent for the chart above, Logical Model for Managing the Disposition of the GC Information of Continuing Value (Program Activity 1.1):

Ultimate Outcome

Relevant GC Information is managed by GC Institutions in a manner that is coherent and demonstrates accountability to support the rights and privileges of Canadians

Intermediate Outcomes

  • Recordkeeping and library services are part of business culture of GC
  • Canadians can access and use information of GC

Immediate Outcomes

  • Regulatory regime is established across GC in which all government information is managed and disposed of appropriately
  • Increased capacity and readiness to manage GC information effectively
  • GC manages its legacy information efficiently

Outputs

  • Directives, MOUs, delegation instruments, documentation standards, RDAs and guidelines
  • A storage model, risk-based methodology, document destruction protocol, monitoring reports
  • Training interventions, curriculum, advice, guidance, tools, awareness raising events

Sub Activities

1.1.1 Issuance of Authorities to GC institutions
1.1.2 Facilitate the management of GC Records and Publications

Sub-Sub Activities

1.1.1.1 Creating, developing, updating authorities and record knowledge tools and mechanisms
1.1.1.2 Monitoring, reviewing and updating authorities and RK requirements
1.1.2.1 Developing tools and providing support/advice to federal organizations (includes pre-analysis of federal organizations)
1.1.2.2 Regional Service Centres - storage solutions for records of business value
1.1.2.3 Legacy documents ongoing work with GC (NEW)

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