The assessment projects will assure the accountability of departments and federal government organizations. Three categories of project were selected: the Development of a Regulatory Regime, the Institutional Capacity and Readiness and Legacy.
To give Statutory standards for recordkeeping.
Documentation Standard for the activities of the Policies Development in HRSDC
Documentation Standard for the activities of Program and Internal Services of the OICC.
Documentation Standard for the Compensation Function within the Government of Canada under CPSA responsibilities.
A protocol for managing records during a legal hold.
A Recordkeeping Delegation Instrument.
To provide tools within the organization for recordkeeping.
Need for information specialist.
Recordkeeping course content components for existing courses for managers at all levels, functional specialists and public servants.
Report including statistical analysis of usage of the target electronic resource (Factiva/Dow Jones).
Report on Federal E-Library.
A protocol which provides direct assistance to all new Government of Canada institutions in order to establish the recordkeeping framework necessary to meet their core business requirements.
Documentation Standard for the ACOA program activities related to 'contributions', 'policy research' and 'advocacy' - in the form of a function-based classification structure.
High level functional requirements to manage emails as business records.
Propose solutions to manage all repositories of previous unmanaged records as well as the storage of Government of Canada inactive records.
Methodology for a reliable and flexible process to manage Government of Canada unmanaged records.
A recommendation on the best option to implement a New Storage Model.
Revised or create new Record Disposition Authorities to ensure acquisition and preservation of the best archival records.