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Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval1

($ millions)

Projects over $5 million Original Estimated
Total Cost
Revised Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
Cost Total2
2009-10 3
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Spending Expected date of
close-out
Internal Services
Enhancements to the Delivery Systems for the Business Risk Management Programs under the Agricultural Policy Framework (Project Close Out Phase) 125.0 89.7 89.7 8.8 17.5 20.8 20.8 2009-10
Grants and Contributions Delivery
Project 4
(Initial Planning and Identification Phase)
16.1 16.1 3.9 2.3 2.3 2.3 0.7 2012-13
Ontario (Ottawa),
National Headquarters Complex for the
Agriculture Portfolio 5
(Project Close Out Phase)
14.1 9.8 9.8 1.1 1.1 1.1 1.1 2009-10
Manitoba (Winnipeg), St.Boniface General Hospital
(Project Close Out Phase)
5.7 5.7 5.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 2009-10
Ontario (Ottawa), Greenhouse and Growth Chamber Facility
(Project Close Out Phase)
10.0 10.9 10.8 - - - 0.0 2009-10
Quebec (Lennoxville), Dairy Research Facility
(Project Construction Phase)
10.0 10.0 1.3 0.2 0.2 - - 2009-10
Saskatchewan (Maple Creek), Junction Dam Rehabilitation
(Project Close Out Phase)
6.7 7.3 7.0 - - - - 2008-09
Total Internal Services 187.6 149.5 127.8 12.6 21.3 24.5 22.8  
Science Innovation and Adoption
Quebec (Lennoxville), Dairy Research Facility (Economic Action Plan - Modernization of Federal Labs)6
(Project Construction Phase)
12.0 12.0 7.3 - - 7.3 7.3 2010-11
Saskatchewan (Swift Current) Semiarid Prairie Agricultural Research Centre (Economic Action Plan - Modernization of Federal Labs)6
(Project Construction Phase)
5.3 6.7 0.9 - - 0.9 0.9 2010-11
P.E.I. (Charlottetown) Crop and Livestock Research Center (Economic Action Plan - Modernization of Federal Labs)6
(Project Construction Phase)
5.4 5.4 0.6 - - 0.6 0.6 2010-11
Total Science Innovation and Adoption 22.8 24.2 8.7 - - 8.7 8.7  
Total for Projects over $5 million 210.4 173.6 136.6 12.6 21.3 33.2 31.5  

Notes:

1 All current approved projects with an estimated value of over $5 million are listed in this table.

2 The actual cost total includes both expenditures made in previous years and expenditures for 2009-10.

3 Total cost, Main Estimates, planned spending and total authorities include capital and operating costs (salary, other operating, employee benefit plans and accommodations). Actual spending is reflected net of employee benefit plans and accommodations. Total authorities include funds reflected in the Main and Supplementary Estimates related to the project (net of GST), as well as any in-year transfers of funds.

4 Further details on this project can be found in the Status Report on Transformational and Major Crown Projects in the 2009-10 DPR.

5 National Headquarters Complex for the Agriculture Portfolio figures reflect only those costs to be funded through AAFC reference levels.

6 Canada's Economic Action Plan (EAP) included $25.9 million in new funding over two years (2009-10 and 2010-11) for AAFC for the modernization of federal laboratories. These individual projects are shown separately from pre-existing project funding. EAP items reflected in this table only represent those projects over $5 million. Planned spending for these projects is not shown since this EAP initiative had not yet been approved at the time of the 2009-10 RPP.

The figures in the above table have been rounded. For this reason, figures that cannot be listed in millions of dollars are shown as 0.0.

Due to rounding, figures may not add to the totals shown.


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Canada Border Services Agency

Status Report on Projects Operating with specific Treasury Board Approval

($ thousands)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost1
Revised Estimated
Total Cost2
Actual
Cost Total3
2009-10
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending4
Total
Authorities5
Actual Expected Date of
Close-out6
Risk Assessment
Initial Planning and Identification                
eManifest 356,401 356,401 149,989 88,031 88,031 86,681 55,069 2013-14
Harmonized Risk Scoring / Advance Trade Data 33,289 33,289 11,160 6,364 6,364 9,362 4,590 2010-11
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative 2,278 2,278 612     1,029 293 2011-12
Implementation                
Business Resumption Planning 94 94 110 94 94 94 110 2009-10
Total – Risk Assessment 392,062 392,062 161,870 94,489 94,489 97,166 60,062  
Facilitated Border
Implementation                
Business Resumption Planning 225 225 219 225 225 225 219 2009-10
Air Cargo Security 2,900 2,900 2,345     2,900 2,345 2009-10
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative – NEXUS 13,805 13,805 14,945     5,374 6,825 2009-10
Total – Facilitated Border 16,930 16,930 17,509 225 225 8,499 9,389  
Conventional Border
Initial Planning and Identification                
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative 3,645 3,645 1,324     1,650 814 2012-13
eManifest 39,600 39,600 16,665 9,781 9,781 9,631 6,119 2013-14
Biometrics 4,198 4,198 3,053     4,198 3,053 2011-12
Total – Conventional Border 47,443 47,443 21,043 9,781 9,781 15,479 9,986  
Internal Services
Initial Planning and Identification                
Rigaud, Quebec 54,000 57,574 4,472     5,274 2,120 2012-13
Non-housing infrastructure 70,000 70,000 1,157     4,000 1,157 2011-12
Housing infrastructure 10,000 10,000 436     2,500 436 2010-11
Aldergrove, B.C 15,000 12,000 154 1,000 1,000 300 38 2011-12
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative 875 875 218     397 95 2012-13
Harmonized Risk Scoring / Advance Trade Data 5,575 5,575 1,477 1,066 1,066 1,568 377 2010-11
Biometrics 747 747 327     747 327 2011-12
Implementation                
Business Resumption Planning 23,644 23,644 19,483 3,527 3,527 3,527 3,688 2009-10
Andover, N.B. 6,445 6,445 7,902 500 500 500 464 2010-11
St. Stephen, N.B. 21,508 21,508 22,714 992 992 1,362 1,362 2010-11
Douglas, B.C 45,000 45,000 47,451 1,053 1,053 950 825 2011-12
Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative – NEXUS 7,150 7,150 2,727     3,021 1,098 2009-10
Close-out                
Stanstead, Route 55 (Rock Island, Quebec) 18,000 18,000 17,878 174 174 178 178 2009-10
Cascade, B.C. 2,980 2,980 3,154 30 30 30 30 2009-10
Fraser, B.C. 1,400 2,046 2,852 28 28 40 40 2009-10
Total – Internal Services 282,324 283,544 132,422 8,370 8,370 24,394 12,235  
TOTAL 738,759 739,979 332,844 112,865 112,865 145,538 91,672  

 

1 Very first Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
2 Most recent Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
3 All expenditures to date including the current year.
4 Planned Spending includes Main Estimates.
5 Includes Main Estimates, Supplementary Estimates and Internal Transfers.
6 Fiscal year: Final year before project enters ongoing maintenance phase.

Notes:

  1. Due to the CBSA’s revised Program Activity Architecture structure, program activity information is not available for the fiscal years before 2009-10. As a result, total amounts are restated based on 2009-10 information.
  2. Where costs for individual projects are attributable to many program activities, only the most significant ones have been identified.
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Canada Revenue Agency

Details on Project Spending

(in thousands of dollars)
 
 
2009-2010
Initiative Name
2008-2009 Actual
Prior Years’ Expenditures to March 31, 2009
Planned Spending
Actual
Assessment and Benefit Services Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Secure Channel - External Credential Management Services
1,617
1,617
1,024
1,014
 
Individual Identification Renewal
6,359
14,949
9,576
8,997
 
T3 Redesign
800
1,559
1,110
747
 
 
Sub-total
8,776
18,125
11,710
10,758
Taxpayer Services and Debt Management Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Integrated Revenue Collections - Phase I
20,950
88,501
15,364
14,768
 
Integrated Revenue Collections - Phase II
 
 
7,874
7,142
 
Payroll Deductions Accounting and Collections Renewal
3,452
7,702
5,815
5,272
 
 
Sub-total
24,402
96,203
29,053
27,182
Compliance Program Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Compliance Systems Redesign[Footnote 1] 
18,000
63,429
22,235
18,600
 
 
Sub-total
18,000
63,429
22,235
18,600
Appeals Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Taxpayer Relief Registry Redesign
1,098
2,233
222
226
 
Taxpayer Relief Business Transformation
0
0
484
590
 
 
Sub-total
1,098
2,233
706
816
Public Affairs Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Intranet Renewal
4,601
9,796
5,052
4,936
 
Publishing Content Management Solution
1,831
7,666
550
558
 
 
Sub-total
6,432
17,463
5,602
5,494
Information Technology Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Application Sustainability
2,000
2,000
3,971
3,680
 
Security Modernization Program - IDS
1,766
19,696
2,300
2,286
 
Data Centre Co-Location
175
175
1,200
1,094
 
Data Centre Facilities
962
7,579
5,030
3,711
 
Corporate Administrative Systems Sustainability
9,999
11,870
11,379
10,680
 
Network Access Control, Anti-Spyware and Host Intrusion
0
0
820
671
 
Network Encryption
0
0
88
57
 
Encryption of Back-Up Tapes
0
0
60
53
 
Denial of Service Defence
0
0
108
65
 
 
Sub-total
14,902
41,320
24,956
22,297
Finance and Administration Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Identity and Access Management
0
0
610
465
 
 
Sub-total
0
0
610
465
Human Resources Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Migration to End-State Pre-Qualified Processes
0
0
7,226
6,871
 
 
Sub-total
0
0
7,226
6,871
Legislative Policy and Regulatory Affairs Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Charities Regulatory Reform
0
0
2,863
2,792
 
 
Sub-total
0
0
2,863
2,792
Corporate Strategies and Business Development Branch
 
 
 
 
 
Agency-Wide Information Classification Scheme
0
0
458
346
 
 
Sub-total
0
0
458
346
Total
73,610
238,773
105,419
95,621
 
 
 
       
[Footnote 1]  Prior Years’ Expenditures of Compliance Systems Redesign includes Enterprise Work Management costs.

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Canada School of Public Service

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


Project Original Estimated
Total Cost [1]
Revised Estimated
Total Cost [2]
Actual
Cost Total [3]
2009-10
Main
Estimates [4]
Planned
Spending [5]
Total
Authorities [6]
Actual [7] Expected date of
close-out
Program Activity: Internal Services                
Integrated Learning Management System - I-LMS. Project Phase: Implementation 5,685,808 6,636,290 9,426,138 3,135,202 6,210,056 3,135,202 6,511,235 2011


[1] Original Estimated Total Costs - $5,685,808 including EBP (Employee Benefit Plan) as per TB decision - 833477 on I-LMS Preliminary Project Approval.

[2] Revised Estimated Total Cost - $6,636,290 including EBP and a CSPS contribution of $ 950,482 as identified in TB submission 834623.

[3] Actual Total Costs of $9,426,138 (EBP included) to date, including additional investment from the School's resources of $2,789,848.

[4] Main Estimates represent the approved amount for 2009-10 - $3,135,202 (EBP included) with CSPS contribution of $769,691.

[5] Planned Spending of $6,210,056 represents the forecasted expenditures approved by the I-LMS Steering Committee.

[6] Total Authorities - same amount as identified in the Main Estimates.

[7] Actual of $6,511,235 (EBP included) represents the amount spent under this project as per CSPS financial system.

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Canadian Food Inspection Agency

3.2.3 Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval2


($ Millions)
Project Original Estimated Total Cost Revised Estimated Total Cost Actual Total Cost 2009-2010
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total Authorities Actual Expected date of close-out
Laboratory Renovation and Consolidation in Burnaby, BC 6.9 6.9 5.6 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.4 2009-10
Skyline Complex 9.6 9.6 8.3 0.1 0.7 0.8 0.8 2010-11
Canada's Economic Action Plan 24.0 24.0 8.0 0 0 9.8 8.0 2010-11
Food Safety Action Plan 32.7 32.7 7.7 8.6 8.6 9.9 5.4 2012-13

2Figures are inclusive of Employee Benefit Plans (EBP)

3Very first Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.

4Most recent Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.

5Include the current year.

6Fiscal year.

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Canadian Space Agency

3.3.3) Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval

($ in millions)
Program Activity/Project Original Estimated Total Cost [1] Revised Estimated Total Cost [2] Actual Cost Total [3] 2009-2010
Main Estimates Planned Spending Total Authorities Actual Expected date of close-out [4]
Space Base Earth Observation
RADARSAT-2 MCP (EPA) 242.1 433.6 417.8 0.7 0.7 0.1 0.1 2010-2011
CHINOOK MCP (PPA) [5] 105.5 105.5 6.2 - - - - TBD
RADARSAT CONSTELLATION MCP (PPA) 600.0 600.1 62.9 40.3 40.3 39.4 39.4 2016-2017
Science and Exploration
ALPHA PARTICLE X-RAY SPECTROMETER (EPA) (APXS) 8.6 9.6 9.3 0.1 0.1 0.3 0.3 2011-2012
JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE MCP (EPA) (JWST) 49.3 144.9 126.1 23.6 23.6 27.7 27.7 2013-2014
MARS PHOENIX (EPA) 21.5 28.6 28.1 - - 0.3 0.3 2009-2010
NEAR EARTH OBJECT SURVEILLANCE SATELLITE (EPA) (NEOSSAT) 5.4 8.4 5.2 1.6 1.6 2.1 2.1 2010-2011
ULTRA-VIOLET IMAGING TELESCOPE (EPA) (UVIT) 5.3 5.9 5.7 0.9 0.9 1.0 1.0 2010-2011
Satellite Communication
MARITIME MONITORING AND MESSAGING MICRO-SATELLITE (EPA) (M3MSAT) 5.4 7.0 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.3 1.3 2011-2012

[1] Very first Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
[2] Most recent Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
[3] All expenditures to date including the current year.
[4] Fiscal year.
[5] Project under redefinition.

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Correctional Service Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


($ thousands)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
2007-2008
Actual
2008-2009
2009-10
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected date of
close-out
Program Activity                
Custody                
A.  New Accommodation Projects                
Archambault New CRSM & Redevelopment 33.0 0.7 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1  
Saskatchewan Pen 96-Bed Maximum Unit 21.7 11.2 3.1 0.8 0.1 0.8 0.5  
Kent 96-Bed Maximum Unit 23.0 10.8 9.4 1.0 0.1 1.0 0.4  
Program Activity                
B.  Major Asset Preservation                
Springhill Institution Refurbish/Replace 32.2 0.7 2.6 2.8 2.7 2.8 2.7  
Collins Bay Refurbish/Replace 57.6 3.0 0.2 1.7 1.7 1.7 0.4  
Cowansville Refurbish/Replace 49.5 0.9 0.1 0.0 0.3 0.0 0.1  
Total Capital Spending   27.3 15.5 6.3 5.0 6.3 4.2  

Notes:
(1)  Total Authority = Main Estimates plus Supplementary Estimates and other authorities.
(2)  CSC's delegated authority level is $18 million according to TB decision of December 14, 1995; therefore, only capital projects with total estimated cost of $18 million or above have been listed.

CSC Internal Notes:
Current Total Estimated Cost is the latest formally-approved Project Total Estimated Cost.

Actual 2007-2008 is a repetition from the DGF submission for previous fiscal years originally extracted from CSC-Finance Integrated Financial and Materiel Management System (IFMMS).

Actual 2008-2009 is a repetition from the DGF submission for previous fiscal years originally extracted from CSC-Finance IFMMS.

2009-10 Main Estimates is the amount presented by DGF in the NCAOP for FY 2009-10.

2009-10 Total Planned Spending is the DGF internal Forecast Cash Requirement at the beginning of FY 2009-10.

2009-10 Total Authority is a repetition of the content of the "Main Estimates" column unless a formal change of approval has been received such as through Supplementary Estimates (note 1).

2009-10 Actual is the value extracted from CSC-Finance IFMMS for total FY 2009-10 expenditures on each project.

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Environment Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval

In March 2009, Environment Canada received Treasury Board approval of its 5-year Investment Plan and Organizational Project Management Capacity Assessment (OPMCA) at a Class 2 Level. The projects noted below were identified to TBS prior to March 2009 when these new authorities came into effect. No additional projects exceeding Environment Canada's Capacity Class Level 2 were initiated within this reporting period.

($ millions)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost
Revised Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
Cost Total
2009-2010
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected date of
close-out
Program Activity: Environmental Science and Monitoring Program
Supercomputer facility upgrade to electrical and cooling capacity (effective project approval) (project close-out phase) 6.1 6.9 6.9 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 2009–2010
UPS replacement - Dorval facility (effective project approval) (project implementation phase) 10.6 15.4 15.4 0.7 0.7 0.7 0.7 2012–2013
Total Projects 16.7 22.3 22.3 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7 -

Totals may differ between and within tables due to rounding of figures.

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Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Status Report on Projects Operating with Specific Treasury Board Approval

The Department's project approval authority is:

  • $2 million for new Information Technology projects
  • $5 million for replacement Information Technology projects
  • $20 million for all other projects.
($ millions)
Project Original Estimated Total Cost1 Revised Estimated Total Cost2 Actual Total Cost3 2009-10
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected Date of Close-out4

Polar Class Icebreaker

800.0

800.0

2.4

0.0

7.7

6.0

2.4

2016-17

Offshore Fishery Science Vessels5

187.0

244.0

4.0

0.0

4.2

1.3

1.3

2014-15

Mid-shore Patrol Vessels6

212.5

227.0

28.6

6.5

12.4

19.6

19.6

2013-14

Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel7

108.9

144.4

1.5

1.3

3.0

2.0

0.8

2014-15

SABS - New Science Building and Wet Lab Construction

39.9

54.8

19.6

17.4

17.4

17.4

12.0

2013-14

MCTS - Communications Control System Equipment Replacement

42.1

47.8

1.9

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

2015-16

Pangnirtung

28.3

43.3

4.2

0.0

7.0

7.6

4.2

2013-14

Automatic Identification System (AIS - Security Funding)

20.0

25.0

16.3

8.9

8.9

8.9

5.4

2011-12

Configuration Management and Technical Data Management Systems

10.3

10.3

1.0

0.3

0.3

0.3

0.3

2013-14

1 Very first Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
2 Most recent Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
3 Include the current year.
4 Fiscal year.
5 $187 million was announced in Budget 2005 for the acquisition of 2 Offshore Fishery Science Vessels, additional funding was announced in 2007 for a third vessel.
6 $212.5 million was for 12 vessels, a revision was made in 2007 for market price increases in the amount of $14.5 million to build 9 vessels.
7 $108.9 million was announced in Budget 2007 to build 1 vessel, an additional $35.5 million was reallocated from the Offshore Fishery Science Vessels.

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National Defence

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


  • Employee Benefit Plans (EBP) and Contingency are not included in project costs
  • Projects listed have been identified as either:
    1. those in which the estimated expenditure exceeds the delegated approval authority granted to DND by the Treasury Board ($30 million with substantive cost estimates), or;
    2. those in which the risk is particularly high, regardless of the estimated amounts.
  • The Project Complexity Risk Assessment (PCRA) process is applied for all projects. Project Expenditure Authorities are based on value and the PCRA levels. Moreover, the PCRA scores determine if Treasure Board (TB) approval for the Project must be sought.

Project Number Project Title Phase Main Estimates 2009-10 Total Estimated Cost Current Estimated Total Cost ($000) Previous Expenditures to end 2008-09 ($000) Planned Spending 2009-10 ($000) Actual Spending 2009-10 ($000) VARIANCE ($000)
Program Activity: GENERATE AND SUSTAIN RELEVANT, RESPONSIVE AND EFFECTIVE COMBAT-CAPABLE INTEGRATED FORCES
MARITIME EFFECTS
846 V-Class Submarines-Bow Sonar System Upgrade I 0 68,839 0 3,641 3,621 20
1216 Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship D 35,559 34,900 8,510 16,875 8,419 8,456
1216 Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ship I 2,285,450 2,285,450 0 0 0 0
2549 Canadian Submarine Capability Life Extension I 886,363 896,194 819,319 27,000 17,670 9,330
2573 Maritime Environmental Protection Project I 61,119 55,507 48,343 2,580 941 1,639
2586 Halifax Class Modernization/Frigate Life Extension (FELEX) I 2,352,990 2,353,370 83,393 314,878 295,274 19,604
2640 Evolved Sea Sparrow Missiles I 500,106 507,660 490,060 4,193 2,499 1,694
2664 Advanced Electro-optic Sensor I 230,566 193,439 114,930 36,519 22,554 13,965
2673 Joint Support Ship D 50,480 134,558 43,468 5,688 5,664 24
2673 Joint Support Ship I 1,728,200 2,194,179 0 194,000 0 194,000
2796 YAG 300 Training Vessel Replacement I 98,861 91,161 88,442 1,340 1,331 9
  TOTAL MARITIME EFFECTS   8,229,694 8,815,257 1,696,465 606,713 357,973 248,740
 
LAND EFFECTS
58 LAND EFFECTS I 160,454 137,031 108,429 22,300 17,221 5,079
84 Wheeled Light Armoured Vehicle Life Extension I 40,517 40,509 35,907 3,441 2,408 1,033
562 Close Area Suppression Weapon (CASW) D/I 110,499 118,724 6,287 12,233 1,474 10,759
675 Chemical Agent Sensor (CAS Project) I 31,490 60,527 14,222 18,276 3,446 14,830
1017 Lightweight 155mm Towed Howitzer (M777 LWTH) (Note 1) I 113,073 115,147 84,795 2,938 2,242 696
1070 Armoured Patrol Vehicle I 122,757 121,998 116,044 2,088 1,987 101
1112 Enhanced Counter - Improvised Explosive Devices Project I 70,864 81,601 11,581 38,145 33,884 4,261
1203 Armoured Heavy Support Vehicle I 143,833 159,335 141,359 850 6,989 (6,139)
1204 Light Armoured Vehicle Remote Weapon System I 42 477 45 945 22 570 9 844 16 855 (7 011)
1241 Main Battle Tank (Note 2) I 192,410 595,504 136,837 13,160 14,706 (1,546)
1242 Improvised Explosive Device and Mine Protection Kits I 42,886 38,574 19,079 21,200 14,491 6,709
1243 Impact Seating System (ISS) I 41,817 22,845 2,525 32,177 12,334 19,843
1350 Lightweight Towed Howitzer D 230,449 206,022 15,462 97,471 13,307 84,164
1436 Low Level Air Defence Modernization I 0 36,369 34,658 1,888 1,386 502
2346 Medium Support Vehicle System (Note 3) D 1,089,242 1,114,734 13,355 288,562 98,898 189,664
2349 Light Utility Vehicle Wheeled I 296,624 293,376 288,476 5,432 4,660 772
2556 Canadian Forces Point Biological Agent Detection, Sampling and Identification Project I 37,874 44,293 29,701 4,483 4,797 (314)
2637 Armoured Personnel Carriers I 2,348,900 2,283,935 2,165,328 47,924 39,613 8,311
2731 Armoured Personnel Carriers Life Extension I 350,200 357,855 342,292 1,598 10,616 (9,018)
  TOTAL LAND EFFECTS   5,466,366 5,874,324 3,588,907 624,010 301,314 322,696
 
AEROSPACE EFFECTS
86 Operational Flight Program I 111,520 111,520 60,474 10,948 11,632 (684)
113 Advanced Distributed Combat Training System I 187,742 187,742 159,729 13,479 7,384 6,095
180 CF-18 Multi-purpose Display Group Project I 61,959 61,959 61,619 328 0 328
273 CF-18 Advanced Multi-role Infrared Sensor I 186,060 186,060 83,578 54,044 48,693 5,351
295 Aurora Communication Management System Replacement I 89,745 89,745 73,697 9,227 9,029 198
317 Aurora Electro-optical System Replacement I 49,162 49,162 48,725 352 170 182
405 Canadian Advanced Synthetic Environment (CASE) I 0 58,067 13,062 4,932 4,265 667
410 Aurora - Flight Deck Simulator I 40,862 40,862 38,279 1,293 1,104 189
423 Aurora - Electronic Support Measures Replacements I 194,457 194,457 132,273 23,235 14,682 8,553
428 Aurora - Imaging Radar Acquisition I 280,018 280,018 198,643 36,818 24,607 12,211
451 Primrose Lake Evaluation Range TSPI System I 41,607 38,134 29,865 8,842 3,882 4,960
536 Aurora - Operator Mission Simulator I 44,633 44,633 17,582 11,045 8,310 2,735
548 Aerodrome Precision Approach and Landing Systems I 47,007 47,366 2,165 20,770 588 20,182
583 CF-18 - Engineering Change Proposal 583 I 854,309 854,309 847,164 3,766 2,290 1,476
627 CF-18 Defensive Electronic Warfare Suite I 177,981 177,981 24,839 43,095 39,392 3,703
646 Omnibus Night Vision Capability I 33,751 36,771 1,344 22,820 1,368 21,452
743 Tactical Control Radar Modernization I 39,019 39,665 3,303 9,050 417 8,633
877 Aircraft Arrestor Systems (AAS) Modernization I 29,773 29,772 151 9,590 194 9,396
965 Aurora Structural Life Extension Project I 261,347 260,209 30,688 53,500 3,479 50,021
1007 Medium to Heavy Lift Helicopters (Note 4) I 1,786,563 2,070,699 14,501 282,101 283,276 (1,175)
1036 Airlift Capability Project (Tactical) (Note 5) I 2,766,485 2,925,282 620,974 588,719 482,756 105,963
1117 Airlift Capability Project (Strategic) I 1,522,292 1,403,118 1,257,433 164,707 41,711 122,996
1259 Interoperable Griffon Reconnaissance Escort Surveillance System I 38,738 52,620 12,741 13,735 27,519 (13,784)
1454 Interim Medium Lift Capability I 202,519 207,454 140,839 57,828 43,057 14,771
1686 CF-18 - Advanced Air to Air Weapon - Short Range I 36,685 36,684 20,941 5,343 4,658 685
2320 Military Automated Air Traffic System I 156,629 156,425 155,543 618 589 29
2371 Advanced Navigation and Precision Approach I 98,039 101,008 77,643 12,620 4,439 8,181
2517 Canadian Forces Utility Tactical Transport Helicopters I 1,092,119 1,086,349 1,079,909 11,490 4,318 7,172
2526 Region/Sector Air Operation Centre I 140,368 140,368 132,784 3,563 3,586 (23)
2619 Air Combat Manoeuvring Instrumentation System (ACMI) C/O 31,554 0 0 0 0 0
2657 Strategic Air-to-Air Refuelling - Airbus CC-150 310 I 133,876 138,436 5,037 0 4,840 (4,840)
2659 CF-18 Advanced Precision Guided Munitions I 55,244 55,244 12,092 21,411 3,017 18,394
2678 Canadian Search and Rescue Helicopter I 772,159 773,549 764,429 4,300 757 3,543
2680 Maritime Helicopters I 3,163,089 3,174,085 1,464,797 558,883 195,095 363,788
2754 CF-18 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile I 100,250 100,250 74,498 9,752 12,190 (2,438)
5832 CF-i18 - Engineering Change Proposal - Phase 2 I 423,281 423,281 252,863 52,255 48,488 3,767
  TOTAL AEROSPACE EFFECTS   15,250,842 15,633,282 7,914,202 2,124,459 1,341,782 782,677
 
JOINT, NATIONAL, UNIFIED, and SPECIAL OPERATIONS
224 Defence Information Services Broker I 0 38,268 36,178 2,222 2,054 168
438 Joint Space Support Project I 38,595 6,266 6,085 600 957 (357)
439 Allied Vaccine Development Project I 35,324 26,892 23,369 2,347 752 1,595
625 Polar Epsilon Joint Space-Based Wide Area Surveillance and Support I 23,356 44,782 11,092 4,150 12,882 (8,732)
1210 Joint Task Force X D 0 34,656 650 2,637 2,137 500
1111 CF Explosive Ordnance Disposal Team Equipment D/I 33,779 70,951 6,171 22,077 3,591 18,486
2398 Joint Command System (Air) - JCS (Air) I 0 42,169 28,901 2,844 2,770 74
2400 Defence Integrated Human Resource System I 0 98,747 93,859 3,243 3,181 62
2469 Canadian Forces Command System I (CFCS) C/O 67,709 0 66,141 1,304 1,423 (119)
2800 Canadian Forces Health Information System I 101,652 7,498 0 14,000 17,118 (3,118)
3667 Surveillance of Space I 97,792 77,392 21,283 29,047 14,797 14,250
Various Canadian Cryptographic Modernization Project D 111,073 109,690 50,946 17,438 17,210 228
XXXX Clothe The Soldier Omnibus Project I 284,147 152,448 131,931 44,735 24,724 20,011
  TOTAL JOINT, NATIONAL, UNIFIED, and SPECIAL OPERATIONS   793,427 709,759 476,606 146,644 103,596 43,048
 
  TOTAL GENERATE AND SUSTAIN RELEVANT, RESPONSIVE AND EFFECTIVE COMBAT-CAPABLE INTEGRATED FORCES   29,740,330 31,032,622 13,676,180 3,501,826 2,104,665 1,397,161
 
Program Activity: CONDUCT OPERATIONS
CONSTANT SITUATIONAL AWARENESS
276 Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition & Reconnaissance D/I 99,634 101,075 55,832 11,527 7,086 4,441
1012 LF ISTAR - Datalink Communications I 92,471 92,462 32,344 51,849 37,399 14,450
1013 LFISTAR - Electronic Warfare (EW) Transformation I 71,542 71,551 2,954 27,611 23,328 4,283
1014 LF ISTAR - C2 I 33,724 33,565 2,050 12,664 7,507 5,157
2803 Protected Military Satellite Communication I 531,468 523,742 300,495 61,350 10,003 51,347
  TOTAL CONSTANT SITUATIONAL AWARENESS   828,839 822,395 393,675 165,001 85,323 79,678
 
INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS
1199 Expedient Route Opening Capability I 164,370 179,949 80,310 61,579 38,467 23,112
1380 NOCTUA I 165,053 165,053 26,667 52,076 35,468 16,608
  TOTAL INTERNATIONAL OPERATIONS   329,423 345,002 106,977 113,655 73,935 39,720
 
  TOTAL CONDUCT OPERATIONS   1,158,262 1,167,397 500,652 278,656 159,258 119,398
 
Program Activity: INTERNAL SERVICES
2272 Materiel Acquisition and Support Information System I 332,653 144,343 54,629 35,330 44,093 (8,763)
2536 Role Three Health Support I 42,453 42,453 40,180 2,273 1,031 1,242
  TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICES   375,106 186,796 94,809 37,603 45,124 (7,521)
 
  TOTAL PROGRAM ACTIVITIES   31,273,698 32,386,815 14,271,641 3,818,085 2,309,047 1,509,038
Source: Assistant Deputy Minister (Materiel) Group

Legend: D = Definition, I = Implementation, C/O = Close-Out

Notes:

  1. Accrual portion of project included in figures for M777.
  2. Project obtained Phase 2 EPA from TB in June 2009
  3. Project obtained additional $23M EPA from TB in June 2009
  4. Project obtained additional $290M EPA from TB in June 2009
  5. Contingency funds released to the project in November 2009
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Parks Canada Agency

Status Report on Projects Operating with Specific Treasury Board Approval

This table identifies the Agency's projects that are exceeding the delegated project approval level and the amount of resources expended.


(in millions of dollars)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost
Revised Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
Cost Total
2009-10
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual
Spending
Expected date of
close-out
Heritage Ressources Conservation
Quebec City – Dufferin Terrace Stabilization & Major Repairs 11.6 11.6 9.0 2.4 2.4 2.7 0.1 2009-2010
Banff National Park- Cave and Basin Redevelopment 8.4 8.4 0.3 0.0 0.0 8.4 0.3 2011-2012
Visitor Experience
Banff National Park- Cave and Basin Redevelopment 5.5 5.5 0.2 0.0 0.0 5.5 0.2 2011-2012
Townsite & Throughway Infrastructure
Riding Mountain National Park- Wasagaming Waste Water Treatment Plant 18.0 18.0 10.0 7.0 7.0 14.7 6.7 2011-2012
Banff National Park – Trans Canada Highway twinning 57.5 87.0 83.4 19.2 19.2 7.1 3.5 2009-2010
Banff National Park– Trans Canada Highway twinning (Gateway and Borders Crossing Fund) 100.0 100.0 30.6 0.0 35.0 96.1 26.7 2012-2013
Banff National Park– Trans Canada Highway twinning (Budget 2009/ Canada's Economic Action Plan) 50.0 130.0 16.2 0.0 0.0 130.0 16.2 2013-2014
Trent–Severn Waterway National Historic Site- Bolsover Dam at Lock 37 18.8 18.8 1.1 0.0 0.0 17.9 0.2 2012-2013

Totals may not agree due to rounding
Total Authorities include authorities approved for 2009/2010 and subsequent years.

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Public Service Commission of Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


($ thousands)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost 1
Revised Estimated
Total Cost2
Actual
Cost Total 3
2009-2010
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected date of
close-out 4
Staffing Services and Assessment Program Activity                
Public Service Staffing Modernization Project (PSSMP) and Other Tools (Note A) 48,150 65,606 60,468 0 6,670 8,757 8,635

March 31, 2011

Total 48,150 65,606 60,468 0 6,670 8,757 8,635

 

Note A: In the 2008-2009 Departmental Performance Report, the financial information of this chart was broken down between the “Public Service Resourcing System (PSRS)” and the “longer-term solution” components. In 2009-2010, the development of the longer-term solution has been abandoned. Only the PSRS and other tools remain part of the PSSMP.

1. First Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost
2. Most recent Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost
3. All expenditures to date, including the current year
4. Fiscal year

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Public Works and Government Services Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


Project Original Estimated
Total Cost

Revised Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
Cost Total
2009-2010
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected
date of
close-out
REAL PROPERTY SERVICES
Office Accommodation Projects
Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's - Tax Data Centre (Mid Life Renovation) (I-PPA)1 50.8 67.8 0.89 0 2.5 0.95 0.07 2013-14
Nova Scotia
Halifax - New Royal Canadian Mounted Police Government of Canada Building - Construction (LPA)2 39.7 101.1 13.3 0 0.85 101.1 0.59 2013-14
Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown – Jean Canfield Building - Construction (S-EPA) 52.7 52.7 52.67 0 2.8 52.8 0.09 2009-10
Quebec
Quebec – New building in the Estimauville district – Construction of an office building for multiple clients by emphyteusis agreement with a lease 110.4 110.4 1.2 0 1.3 110.4 1.2 2011-12
Quebec – Consolidation of the Canada Revenue Agency’s Tax Services Office – Construction of an office building by emphyteusis agreement with a lease 106.8 106.8 0.6 0 0.9 1.4 0.6 2012-13
National Capital Area (Quebec)
Gatineau - Laurier Taché Garage - Renovation (S-EPA) 64.4 64.4 64.4 0 0.14 66.6 0.14 2009-10
National Capital Area (Ontario)
Ottawa - Skyline Campus - Renovation and Federal Occupancy (S-EPA-MCP)3 114.3 105.8 97.2 0 30.7 114.3 10.4 2010-11
Ottawa - Lorne Building Redevelopment (I-PPA)4 447.4 124.2 4.49 0 4.2 6.21 3.79 2014-15
Parliamentary Precinct
Ottawa - Library of Parliament (LOP) - Conservation, Rehabilitation and Upgrade (EPA) 127.9 127.9 126.3 1.2 3.9 127.9 1.2 Claims
negotiation
Ottawa - West Block (PPA)5, 6 769.2 769.2 16.7 70.6 40.8 250.4 70.6 2018
Ottawa - Wellington Building - Renovation (PPA) 425.2 425.2 18.6 9.7 9.8 101.4 9.7 2015
British Columbia
Surrey - Royal Canadian Mounted Police "E" Division Headquarters, Land and Public Private Partnership (P3) Design, Build, Finance, Maintain (DBFM) (S-EPA-MCP) 632.5 632.5 19.9 0 3.6 21.0 3.8 2013-14
Non-Office Accommodation Projects
Newfoundland and Labrador
Argentia - Environmental remediation (S-EPA)7 92.5 99.5 93.1 0 6.1 100.4 2.6 2010-11
Quebec
Montral - Repair of King Edward Quay8 6.2 6.2 5.55 0 3.0 6.6 2.2 2009-10
Montral - Repair of Jacques-Cartier Quay8 7.3 7.3 0.02 0 0 8.5 0 2009-10
National Capital Area (Ontario)
Ottawa - Central Heating and Cooling Plant - East Tunnel (S-EPA) 10.0 54.7 1.97 0 0.7 1.8 1.97 2011-12
Parliamentary Precinct
Ottawa – Portrait Gallery of Canada – Renovation (EPA) 27.4 32.4 6.4 0 0 32.4 0 Cancelled
Lease Accommodation Projects
National Capital Area (Ontario)
Ottawa - Place Vanier Replacement (PPA) 79.7 79.7 0.3 0 0.4 82.3 0.2 2012-13
Ottawa - 131 Queen Street, (LPA)9 166.3 166.3 99.1 14.4 15.0 166.3 14.4 Rent & Fit-up
(Fit -up
2010-2011)
Ottawa - RCMP Headquarters - 3000 Merivale Rd. 447.4 447.4 34.5 0 91.3 91.3 25.8 2011-12
Ontario
Toronto - 277 Front Street East, Lease (LPA)10 75.5 75.5 19.7 0 4.1 75.5 3.6 2009-10
Western
Edmonton – Justice (LPA) 55.9 55.9 0.3 0 0 55.9 0.3 2011-12
Edmonton – Justice (LCA) 175.2 175.2 NA11 0 0 175.2 NA11 2011-12
British Columbia
Vancouver – 1138 Melville (LPA) 53.4 53.4 0 0 2.0 53.4 0 2010-11
Vancouver – 1138 Melville (LCA) 120.8 120.8 0 0 0.5 120.8 0 2010-11
Engineering Assets Projects
National Capital Area (Quebec)
Laniel Dam - Reconstruction (R-EPA) 22.0 36.0 26.4 12.8 4.2 12.8 5.1 2010-11
National Capital Area (Ontario)
Alexandra Bridge - Rehabilitation/Deck Replacement (EPA) 28.7 52.5 22.3 27.4 1.0 27.4 19.5 2011-11
Federal Pay & Pension Administration
Pension Modernization Project - Definition Phase (PPA)12 18.4 13 18.4 18.4   0.0 18.4 0.0 2007-2008
Pension Modernization Project - Implementation Phase (EPA)14 200.1 15 200.1 118.0   68.1 16 200.1 48.2 2011-2012


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Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


($millions)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost
Revised Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
Cost
Total
2009-2010
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected date of
close-out
A. Federal and International Operations
                 
B. Community, Contract and Aboriginal Policing
1 Radio Modernization - F (SK) Division 48.0 47.5 47.5 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 FY 09/10
2 Radio Modernization - B (NF) Division 25.4 20.0 14.2 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.2 FY 11/12
3 CIIDS Implementation (EPA) 18.0 18.0 18.0 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 FY 09/10
4 ERT Level I Tactical Armoured Vehicle (Pre-PPA) 13.6 13.6 0.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 0.0 FY 11/12
5 West Coast Marine Patrol Vessels (EPA) 48.9 31.0 0.0 13.0 13.0 13.0 0.0 FY 14/15
C. National Police Services
1 Real Time Identification (RTID) 124.0 124.0 100.2 21.7 21.7 21.7 15.1 FY 11/12
2 Temporary Residents Biometrics Project 22.9 22.9 1.1 1.8 1.8 1.8 0.9 FY 12/13
D. Internal Services
4 Alberta - Detachment - Grande Cache (PPA) 7.1 5.7 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.0 FY 13/14
5 Alberta - Detachment - High Level (PPA) 11.7 11.0 0.4 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.3 FY 13/14
6 British Columbia - E Division HQ (P3) (EPA) 0.0 41.0 8.4 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.1 FY 13/14
7 British Columbia - Detachment - 100 Mile House (PPA) 10.9 8.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.0 FY 13/14
8 British Columbia - Detachment - Golden (EPA) 12.1 8.1 0.6 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 FY 13/14
10 National Criminal Justice Index (NCJI) / N-III Project 23.7 18.5 18.1 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.1  
11 Newfoundland - Detachment - Springdale 7.6 7.3 3.1 2.7 2.7 2.7 0.0 FY 11/12
12 North West Territories - Detachment - Inuvik (PPA) 16.0 29.0 0.1 2.7 2.7 2.7 0.0 Future
Years
13 Nova Scotia - H Division HQ Replacement (EPA) 24.5 3.9 1.6 5.7 5.7 5.7 0.4 FY 13/14
14 Nova Scotia - Detachment - Ingonish (PPA) 7.4 5.5 0.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 FY 13/14
15 Nunavut - HQ - V Div Phase I (EPA) 23.8 24.2 24.2 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.9 FY 09/10
16 Ontario - Ottawa - NCA, L.H. Nicholson HQ Replacement (73 Leikin) (EPA) 25.5 34.4 21.6 15.0 15.0 15.0 15.0 FY 11/12
17 Ontario - Ottawa - Connaught TWTS - New Administration Building (EPA) 6.7 6.7 6.3 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.7 FY 10/11
18 Ontario - Ottawa - TPOF - Armoury Expansion (PPA) 4.7 5.4 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 FY 12/13
20 Saskatchewan - Regina , Depot - Electrical Distribution Network Replacement (EPA) 24.4 21.2 4.5 9.2 9.2 9.2 3.0 FY 11/12
21 Saskatchewan - Regina, Depot - Food Services Building (Dining Hall) (Completed) 18.6 19.1 19.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1 FY 09/10
22 Saskatchewan - Regina, Depot Permanent Dormitory (EPA for Ph 1&2) 86.5 81.6 2.6 1.1 1.1 1.7 1.7 FY 12/13
23 Saskatchewan - Regina, Depot - Centennial Museum Conversion (Completed) 4.1 4.1 4.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 3.1 FY 09/10
25 Fixed Wing Sustainment Program (EPA) 33.8 61.1 32.2 7.6 7.6 7.6 2.7 FY 13/14
Total 649.6 673.0 328.6 106.4 106.3 107.0 61.1  

Notes:

  1. The RCMP is one of four Pilot Departments testing and implementing the new TB Policies on Investment Planning and Project Management. As a result of the RCMP's approved Investment Plan (approved March 2009), new project authorities were obtained such that new projects are now assessed based on level of complexity and risk to determine if they fall within the RCMP's Organizational Project Management Capacity Rating, and therefore, do not require approval by TB.
  2. Projects included in the DPR are for those projects which required TB approval prior to receipt of the new increased authorities (referenced above) or which fall outside of the RCMP's authority based on the new Investment Plan.
  3. Project details for Original and Revised Estimated Total costs and Actual Costs to date align, where appropriate, with the RCMP's Investment Plan reflect the RCMP's portion only, net of GST and ARLU transfer to PWGSC.
  4. Project details/expenditures are for capital only and exclude any O&M expenditures related to the above-projects.
  5. "Major Projects - HQ's - Pacific, Atlantic and NCR; a) Pacific Region - The variance accounts for previous years expenses falling under O & M, recent TB approval has granted $41 M of capital dollars. b) Atlantic and NCR Regions - The variance accounts rebalancing of O & M to capital."

    * PPA - preliminary project approval
    * EPA - effective project approval
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Transport Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


($ millions)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost [1]
Revised Estimated
Total Cost [2]
Actual
Cost Total [3]
2009-10
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected date of
close-out [4]
Detroit River Crossing – Total Project Cost $2.01
Billion
$2.01
Billion
$38.92 $64.5 $64.5 $64.5 $32.4 2017-2018
Fort Nelson Airport Environmental Remediation [5] $20.4 $35.7 $20.6 Note [6] Note [7] $5.7 $4.6 2014-2015
Canadian Air Cargo Security Program [8] $600.0 $153.6 $31.0 0 $10.3 $10.5 $10.4 2015-2016

*Note that numbers have been rounded off to save space.

[1] Very first Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
[2] Most recent Treasury Board Expenditure Authority decision for total project cost.
[3] All expenditures to date including the current year.
[4] Fiscal year.
[5] Numbers exclude GST and Employee Benefits Plan (EBP).
[6] 100% funded by FCSAP in 2009-2010.
[7] 100% funded by FCSAP in 2009-2010.
[8] EBP, accommodation and costs for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) are included in the "Original Estimated Total Cost" and the "Revised Estimated Total Cost" columns only. These costs are excluded from the amounts indicated in the other columns.

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Veterans Affairs Canada

Status Report on Projects operating with specific Treasury Board Approval


($ millions)
Project Original Estimated
Total Cost
Revised Estimated
Total Cost
Actual
Cost Total
2009-10
Main
Estimates
Planned
Spending
Total
Authorities
Actual Expected date of
close-out
Veterans Health Care and Re-establishment
Ste. Anne’s Hospital Renovation 67.7 114.3 112.2 11.1 11.1 11.1 9.0 March 31, 2010
Total 67.7 114.3 112.2 11.1 11.1 11.1 9.0