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Sub-activity 1.3.6

Major Projects Management Office Initiative

Description

Major resource projects represent significant economic investments, creating thousands of jobs and providing important economic development opportunities for communities across Canada. Efficient and effective project reviews are critical to industry's ability to secure the investment needed to capitalize on these economic opportunities, while maintaining strong environmental protection. The Major Projects Management Office/Initiative provides a single window for industry and stakeholders into the federal regulatory system. The objective of the program is to optimize the performance of the existing regulatory framework for major project reviews, and to lead the development of options for broader, system-wide improvements.

Non-Financial Performance Information
Expected Results Performance Indicators Targets Status Results
Regulatory reviews of major projects are timely and predictable Percentage of current major resource project reviews within 8 weeks or less of their target timeline * this measure represents the collective performance of multiple departments and agencies in meeting their service standards and target timelines for project reviews 80% on an ongoing basis To be provided in the corresponding DPR To be provided in the corresponding DPR
Average duration of completed major resource project reviews 2 years on an ongoing basis To be provided in the corresponding DPR To be provided in the corresponding DPR
A whole of government approach to Aboriginal consultation is consistently applied to all MPMO projects Percentage of Project Agreements that include milestones and service standards related to Aboriginal consultation responsibilities (where relevant) 100% on an ongoing basis To be provided in the corresponding DPR To be provided in the corresponding DPR
Financial Performance Information ($ thousands)
Planned Spending Total Authorities Actual Spending
0* 0* To be provided in the corresponding DPR

* The financial information for Program Activity 1.3 – Investment in Natural Resources presented in the Main Estimates includes the financial figure for Sub-activity 1.1.4 – International Opportunities for Canadian Earth Science ($338,000). The correct planned spending for the Program Activity should instead include the planned spending and total authorities for Sub-activity 1.3.6 – Major Projects Management Office Initiative, which is $0.

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