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|User Fee||Fee Type||Fee-setting Authority||Date Last Modified||2008-09||Planning Years|
|Forecast Revenue ($ 000)||Actual Revenue ($ 000)||Full Cost
|Performance Standards||Performance Result||Fiscal Year||Forecast Revenue ($ 000)||Estimated Full Cost
|CNSC Cost Recovery Fees Regulations* - regulate the use of nuclear energy and substances in Canada||Regulatory Services ( R )||Nuclear Safety and Control Act CNSC Cost Recovery Fees Regulations||01-Jul-03||73,712||87,013||131,957||See Section III – Supplementary Information, External Performance Standards Table||See Section 3.5 - External Performance Standards Table||2009-10||97,597||147,392|
|Fees charged for the processing of access requests filed under the Access to Information Act (ATIA)||Other Products and Services (O)||Access to information Act||1992||0||2||2||Response provided within 30 days following receipt of request; the response time may be extended pursuant to section 9 of the ATIA. Notice of extension to be sent within 30 days after receipt of request.
The ATIA provides fuller details:
|74% of ATIA requests closed during the reporting period were closed within the legislated timelines.||2009-10||0||0|
B. Date Last Modified
Extensive consultations with licensees and other key stakeholders took place prior to publication of the new CNSC Cost Recovery Fees Regulations in the Canada Gazette. On July 1, 2003, new CNSC Cost Recovery Fees Regulations were implemented, which replaced the former AECB Cost Recovery Fees Regulations (1996). The Cost Recovery Advisory Group (CRAG) met in October 2003 to discuss the CNSC’s Cost Recovery Program. CRAG members viewed the forum as a positive mechanism for information sharing. The agenda and minutes of the meeting are available on the CNSC’s website at www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca.
C. Other Information
* Additional information may be found at www.nuclearsafety.gc.ca
** Calculation of full cost is based on CNSC audited financial statements. Includes services provided without charge from other government departments.
*** Includes services provided without charge from other government departments.
Please refer to the CNSC audited financial statements for additional detailed information as follows:
1. Auditors report: This report states that the CNSC has complied with the CNSC Cost Recovery Fees Regulations for 2008-2009.
2. Details on revenue charged and the associated cost of operations by fee category.
The CNSC has established two internal dispute resolution mechanisms. The first addresses disputes over the administration of fees and the other over regulatory activity assignments. Details regarding the process and contact information are available on the CNSC Web site.