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Audits and Evaluations

Audit of Innovation Management

Appendix C - List of Innovation Initiatives

MII Title Description Responsibility
1 Partnership Collaboration Approach By April 2011 LAC will have implemented an emergent external engagement strategy. Acquisitions
2 Documentary Heritage Value Acquisition Criteria
Whole-of-Society Approach
By April 2015 LAC will have fully implemented a coherent `whole-of-society` approach to determine the best evidence of Canadian Society in order to appraise, preserve documentary heritage of all kinds (public, private, published, un-published,etc,) and to determine where it should be best placed. Acquisitions
3 Federal Government Approach to Disposition By April 2011 LAC will begin to apply a whole-of-government appraisal framework to guide the development of RDAs. Acquisitions
4 Systematic Relevancy Review – Acquisition and Appraisal Strategy  By April 2011 LAC will conduct a systematic review of the relevancy of its holdings based on its mandate and using a whole-of-society appraisal approach. Holdings Management
5 HR Engagement Strategy By April 2011 LAC will have developed and begin implementing a workforce strategy and will have implemented engagement strategy for employees. Chief Financial Officer
6 Business IT Architecture By september 2011 LAC will develop business architecture reflective of modernization and ensure that IT priorities are closely aligned with modernization. Holdings Management
7 IT and Digitization By April 2012 LAC will have modernized its reprography by providing all copies in digital format only and re-purpose content to make it available online. Holdings Management
8 Revision of Service Approach By April 2011 LAC will have developed a tiered approach to serving Canadians (citizen services). Resource Discovery
9 Making Collections Discoverable By April 2014 LAC will have shortened the time between acquisitions and access and will ensure that all of their holdings are discoverable. Resource Discovery
10 Review LAC Service Model By december 2011 LAC will have reviewed its service to DH institutions/organizations, in the context of its Pan-Canadian approach. Resource Discovery
11 Trusted Digital Repository Preservation Model By April 2017 LAC will become a trusted digital repository, providing assurance that Canada’s digital documentary heritage is being preserved for the long term. Holdings Management
12 Metadata Framework By early 2011 LAC will develop and propose a single metadata framework, leveraging meta-data created by creators, donors and users. Resource Discovery

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