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Strategic Outcome

The results achieved in support of the Secretariat's strategic outcome strengthen the effectiveness and efficiency of the federal government; support decision making by Parliament, the Treasury Board and Cabinet; and ensure that Canadians are well served by a government that is accountable and transparent. Effective government contributes to Canada's competitive advantage, providing a strong foundation for security, stability and prosperity.

The following links connect to performance summaries for each of the Secretariat's programs, which report progress against expected results, performance indicators and targets in line with the Policy on Management, Resources and Results Structures. Financial and human resources for each program as well as performance highlights for 2012–13 are also included.

The Secretariat’s 2012–13 Program Alignment Architecture (PAA) provides the basis of performance reporting in this report. In a few instances, expected results, performance indicators and targets included in the 2012–13 Report on Plans and Priorities have been updated or amended. The changes reflect a more targeted scope for data collection as a result of the assessment of fewer areas of management under the Management Accountability Framework for 2012–13, as well as efforts to strengthen some indicators.

2012–13 Program Alignment Architecture

Strategic Outcome: Government is well managed and accountable, and resources are allocated to achieve results