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Green Procurement

Green Procurement Capacity Building

Activity Target as % (as reported in 2010–11 RPP) Actual Results as % Description/Comments
Training for Procurement and Materiel Management Staff 80% 100% Green procurement training completed September 2010 and target reached. A variation of 20% was taken into consideration due to staff coming and leaving in the Sector at that time.
Training for Acquisition Cardholders 60% 60% Common Services for Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) provides in-house training to cardholders, who are informed that they should consider getting training on green procurement via Campus Direct. The actual percentage stayed the same as the 2010–11 RPP target because the on-line course is not mandatory for acquisition cardholders. It is mandatory, however, for the contracting professionals.
Performance Evaluations 80% 100% Procedures manual and user guide were completed and posted (April 2010) on CIC’s website.

In 2011–12, the website updates will be maintained quarterly or to announce changes as soon as possible.

Environmental considerations are incorporated into ongoing work activities for managers and functional heads of procurement and materiel management.
Procurement Processes and Controls 60% 100% In the Procurement and Contracting Procedures Manual (which forms part of CIC’s Procurement Policies), environmental considerations are integrated in the procurement process, in particular the use of pre-facilitated green procurement vehicles issued by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).

Use of Green Consolidated Procurement Instruments

Good/Service Target as % (as reported in 2010–11 RPP) Actual Results as % Description/Comments
Computer hardware and peripherals 100% 100% Information technology acquisitions are done via PWGSC consolidated procurement instruments. Actual results were 100% of RPP target because CIC followed PWGSC policies.
Professional services 80% 100% Professional services are contracted via PWGSC consolidated procurement instruments.

Reduction Initiatives for Specific Goods

Consumable/Asset Target as % Reduction or # per FTE Actual Results as % Reduction or # per FTE Description/Comments
Network printers 1 per 10 FTEs 100%

Network printers: exceeded target with results of 1 per 15 FTEs.

Future initiative according to Sustainable Development Strategy: Reduce local printer to 8:1 average ratio of office employees to printing units. In progress. Expect to achieve 8:1 average ratio by March 31, 2013.