Transparency: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Proactive disclosure of information, made public so that Canadians and Parliament are better able to hold the Government and public sector officials to account.

Commissioner's mandate letter
Commitments and top priorities identified by the government

Departmental plan
Performance goals for the coming fiscal year

Departmental results report
Performance targets met for the previous fiscal year

Disclosure of travel and hospitality expenses
Disclosure of expenditures on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences

Disclosure of contracts
Disclosure of contracts over $10,000

Disclosure of grant and contribution awards
Disclosure of transfers of money, goods, services or assets to individuals, organizations or other levels of government

Disclosure of position reclassifications
Disclosure of government positions that have been reclassified.

Quarterly financial reports
Quarterly spending at a departmental level

Audits and evaluations
Annual reports of audit and evaluations for programs and services at RCMP

Briefing documents
Briefing materials prepared for senior executives and managers

Ministerial transition binder
Briefing materials prepared for the new Minister of Public Safety

Public Servants Disclosure Protection Act
Disclosure of wrongdoing found to have been committed

Acts and regulations
Acts and regulations the RCMP is responsible for

Conducting business with the RCMP
All RCMP employees follow the Values and Ethics Code for the Public Sector

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