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Message from the Commissioner

Photo of Marc Grégoire, Commissioner, Canadian Coast Guard

This document provides a report, as of September 30, 2011, on the mid-year progress made by the Canadian Coast Guard against its commitments, as outlined in its Agency 2011-14 Business Plan.

We have used acronyms to highlight the commitments related to our 2006 A-Base Review (A-Base), the 2007 Report of the Auditor General (AG), the DFO 2008-2011 Employment Equity Management Action Plan (DFO EE Map), the 2010 Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development (CESD) audit and the findings of the Public Service Employee Survey (PSES) conducted in 2008.

The report is based on a detailed and extensive self-assessment by the Coast Guard Management Board and is based on the following criteria:

Criteria

Green block Green:
The project or deliverables are proceeding as planned. Visible progress has been made. There are no major issues/obstacles to delivering on the commitment.
Yellow block Yellow:
There are some issues needing attention. The project or deliverables may experience delays.
Red block Red:
There is certainty that the deliverable will not be delivered as planned. There are some major issues/roadblocks preventing the delivery of the commitment.

 

To the best of my knowledge, this report represents a fair and accurate assessment of progress to date, based on information available at this time.

 


Marc Grégoire
Commissioner, Canadian Coast Guard