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Library and Archives Canada Business Plan 2007 - 2010

Next Steps

The development of this Business Plan is only a start. Over the period covered by this Plan, it will be the yardstick by which possible policy and operational decisions will be measured. It will be used to encourage much more collaborative relationships across all of LAC's sectors and branches, in pursuit of corporate goals. The Business Plan will also be used to help guide the development of major initiatives for which we may seek additional resources based on our commitment to do the most with what we already have.

The Business Plan will be a living document. We may choose to modify it if there are significant changes in our environment that we could not have anticipated, and if a shift in direction is needed in any part of this document. The goal is to have a plan that sets clear goals and takes into account the drivers for change, the risks and the opportunities that Library and Archives Canada faces on its journey to ensuring that, as our strategic outcome states: "Current and future generation of Canadians have access to their documentary heritage."

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