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Section 3: Investment Details

3.1 List and Description of Individual Investments

This section provides the details supporting the summary investment table presented in Section 2.1 above. The Investments are presented here as they are in the summary table, divided by category of assets, with Fleet further subdivided into regular investments and major vessel procurement.

3.1.1 Program Infrastructure Investments

The investments outlined below continue CCG’s ongoing philosophy of attempting to maintain assets in baseline condition while keeping pace with technological change. These investments will enable the ongoing delivery of programs for the duration of the investment planning horizon (five years).

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3.1.2 Fleet Investment

The Fleet investment list provides a combination of investments designed to ensure the long-term safety and
sustainability of the Fleet, including investment in new smaller vessels, investment in a system to better manage
the maintenance requirements of the Fleet, investment in tracking systems to pinpoint the location and status of
Fleet assets at all times, and Refits and Vessel Life Extensions to keep vessels in service, up to date and operational.
Additional investments in larger vessels are described below in the section on Major Vessel Procurement.

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3.1.3 Major Vessel Procurement

Major Vessel Procurement consists of large investments that are identified separately because the size of these investments are of a different order of magnitude compared with the investments listed in the Fleet Investments
category. However, as described in Section 2.4.2, above, Fleet Investments and Major Vessel Procurement Investments represent two parts of a cohesive long-term vision for the CCG Fleet.

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3.2 Investments by Program Activity Architecture

Like all Government of Canada departments and agencies, CCG’s activities are organized in the context of a Program
Activity Architecture (PAA). The CCG PAA is described in the CCG Business Plan available on the Agency’s website
at http://www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca/e0005623.

The planned level of investment in each program activity across the 2010/11 to 2014/15 planning horizon is shown
in the following table: