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Departmental plan

The departmental plan (DP), which replaces the report on plans and priorities is tabled in Parliament by the President of the Treasury Board every spring. The DP provides information on performance expectations and related resource requirements over a 3-year period.

Departmental sustainable development strategy

The Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy for Public Services and Procurement Canada provides information on commitments and performance expectations made in response to the most recent Federal Sustainable Development Strategy.

Departmental results report

The departmental results report (DRR), which replaces the departmental performance report, tabled every fall, is our department's key instrument of accountability. The DRR acts as our annual report card that informs Parliamentarians and Canadians whether the department has fulfilled the expectations outlined in its departmental plan.

Canada Post Corporation Act Library Materials Review report

The Canada Post Corporation Act Library Materials Review report reviews the definition of library material as per the Canada Post Corporation Act and section 19(1)(g.1) of the Act. The Honourable Filomena Tassi, P.C., M.P., Minister of Public Services and Procurement, tabled this report in Parliament in April 2022.

Consolidated future-oriented statement of operations

The consolidated future-oriented statement of operations has been prepared on the basis of the government priorities and the plans of the department as described in the departmental plan.

Consolidated departmental financial statements

The consolidated departmental financial statements have been prepared by management using the government's accounting policies, which are based on Canadian public sector accounting standards.

Quarterly financial report

A quarterly financial report (QFR) is prepared for the first 3 quarters of each fiscal year. It presents timely financial information on how the department delivers its programs and services. The QFR is not audited and is not tabled before Parliament.

2023 to 2024

2022 to 2023

2021 to 2022

2020 to 2021

2019 to 2020

2018 to 2019

Fees report

The fees report is an annual report intended to increase transparency which provides Parliamentarians and Canadians a detailed listing of all fees along with future year fee amounts.

For information regarding changes to our fees under the Service Fees Act, as well as how the department handles remissions, please visit Changes to our fees under the Service Fees Act.

Evaluation reports

Evaluation reports contain recommendations intended to help the Government of Canada design and deliver programs and services that are accountable, focused on results, and meet the needs of Canadian citizens.

For a list of evaluation reports prior to 2018 to 2019, please visit the evaluation searchable reports page.

2019 to 2020

2018 to 2019

Departmental Evaluation Plan

Public Services and Procurement Canada develops a rolling 5-year Departmental Evaluation Plan which lists planned evaluations over a 5-year period and is renewed on an annual basis.

2021 to 2022

Internal audit reports

Internal audit reports provide assurance as to whether government activities are managed in a way that demonstrates responsible stewardship to Canadians.

For a list of audit reports prior to 2019 to 2020, please visit the audit searchable reports page.

2023 to 2024

2022 to 2023

2021 to 2022

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