The Government of Canada is committed to open government, which is being pursued along three streams: open data, open information and open dialogue. The goal is to drive innovation and to foster economic opportunities for all Canadians.
In support of these open government principles, we are providing open access to information about how taxpayer dollars are spent so that you are better able to hold Parliament, the government and public sector officials accountable.
- Disclosure of contracts over $10,000
- Disclosure of grant and contribution awards over $25,000
- Disclosure of position reclassification
- Disclosure of travel and hospitality expenses
- Disclosure of wrongdoing in the workplace
- Briefing materials (Minister's transition book)
- Titles of briefing notes
Access to information and privacy
Other areas of accountability
- Audit and evaluation reports
- Management accountability framework
- Research projects
- Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada - science integrity policy
Open government is part of the federal government's efforts to foster greater openness and accountability, to provide Canadians with more opportunities to learn about and participate in government, to drive innovation and economic opportunities for all Canadians and, at the same time, create a more cost effective, efficient and responsive government.
Check out the Government of Canada's open data project.
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