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Section III - Supplementary Information

Table 1: Departmental Links to the Government of Canada Outcomes

Strategic Outcome:
The Government’s agenda and decision making are supported and implemented and the institutions of government are supported and maintained
(thousands of dollars) Expected Results Planned Spending Alignment to Government of Canada Outcome Area
2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Provide professional, non-partisan policy advice and support to the Prime Minister and portfolio ministers The Prime Minister and portfolio ministers are able to carry out their respective responsibilities 99,473 99,623 98,642 Outcome number four: “Government Affairs”
Provide advice and secretariat support to Cabinet and Cabinet committees Functioning and integrity of Cabinet decision making are maintained 20,763 20,763 20,763
Provide overall leadership and direction to the Public Service in support of the Government’s agenda The Public Service has the talent, capacity and management frameworks to provide advice on and implement the Government’s agenda 3,573 3,573 3,573
Provide commissions of inquiry with administrative and financial support Commissions of inquiry receive required resources as well as advice and guidance on financial and administrative matters 1,316 -   -  
Total 125,125 123,959 122,978  

All PCO’s program activities support the Government of Canada outcome number four: “Government Affairs.” PCO plays an important, supportive role to ensure a whole-of-government approach and integrated response to issues that affect Canadians. It works across portfolio boundaries and helps other government departments and agencies meet their responsibilities, deliver on their core mandates and, ultimately, serve Canadians better.

List of Tables available online

The following tables can be found on the Secretariat’s website at

2. Evaluations
3. Internal Audits
4. Services received without charges
5. Source of non respendable Revenue