Archived: Report: PSPC efforts to support HR to pay stabilization

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As a department, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is in the unique position of being both the administrator of Government Pay as well as a client. As a result, our departmental focus is best depicted in the three pillars identified below:

This infographic depicts the 3 pillars of PSPC’s work.
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This infographic depicts the 3 pillars of PSPC’s work.

Pillar 1: Administrator of Government pay

This work includes:

  • HR to Pay
  • Pay Centre
  • Phoenix
  • Project Management Office

Pillar 2: PSPC as a client

This work includes:

  • supporting our employees
  • partnerships
  • communications and training

Pillar 3: PSPC internal services to support the administration of Government pay

This work includes:

  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Communications
  • Accommodations

The following report focuses on the two last pillars and outlines the efforts and the corresponding impact that Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) has contributed towards HR to Pay Stabilization from both the perspectives of a client department and as an internal service provider supporting Pay Administration.

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