2 edition of Guide on financial administration for departments and agencies of the government of Canada. found in the catalog.
Guide on financial administration for departments and agencies of the government of Canada.
Canada. Treasury Board
by Administrative Policy Branch, Financial Management Division in [Ottawa]
Written in English
Amendments, 1975- in pocket.
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(Treasury Board's Guide on Financial Administration for Departments and Agencies of the Government of Canada, Chapter ) YES - Payments to business must be repaid according to the Repayable Contributions Policy.
A copy may be obtained from a Treasury Board analyst. Get this from a library. Guide on financial administration for departments and agencies of the government of Canada. [Canada. Treasury Board. Administrative Policy Branch. Financial Management Division.].
The purpose of this guide is to support departments in managing their delegation of spending and financial authorities. This guide supports the requirements set out in the Directive on Delegation of Spending and Financial Authorities.
Examples are provided for illustrative purposes only and may not apply to all departments or situations. - Financial Signing Authorities - Verification and Approval of Expenditures and Disbursements - Account Verification - Timing of Payments - Payment of Interest - April - Imprest Bank Accounts - Issuance of GN Cheques to Departments, Direct Deposit - Revolving Funds - Government Contracts - General.
As required by Section of the Financial Administration Act, departments and agencies are required to provide a quarterly financial report for each of the first three quarters of each fiscal year.
This policy sets out the accounting policies to be used in preparing the Consolidated Financial Statements section of the Public Accounts issued by the Government, as approved by the Comptroller General under the authority of sections 72 and 12(2) of the Financial Administration Act (FAA).It directs the accounting of Government departments, public agencies, funds, and enterprises that are.
This policy and its supporting instruments apply to departments as defined in section 2 of the Financial Administration Act, unless otherwise excluded by other acts, regulations or orders in council.; Departments, agencies and organizations in the Government of Canada not subject to these provisions are encouraged to adopt this policy and its supporting instruments to the extent.
The list of Canadian federal departments, agencies, crown corporations, special operating agencies and various affiliated organizations is too large and changes too frequently to list them all here.
Below find a link to the Federal Government's list as well as direct links to the major government departments and agencies. Style guides are used to set the tone and guidelines for how an agency communicates with the public.
This page is a collection of style guides created by government agencies. You can add your agency’s guide by emailing DigitalGov or sharing in the Plain Language Community of Practice.
A GUIDE TO BEST PRACTICES FOR CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION OFFICE OF FEDERAL PROCUREMENT POLICY (OFPP) The technical administration of government contracts is an essential activity. It is absolutely essential Agencies and departments have many different phrases to describe the COTR.
Other titles used are. Enter a department name or abbreviation to find current Government of Canada departments, agencies, crown corporations and special operating agencies. GFOA Best Practices identify specific policies and procedures that contribute to improved government management.
They aim to promote and facilitate positive change or recognize excellence rather than merely to codify current accepted practice. Pursuant to paragraph (1)(b) of the Financial Administration Act, the Treasury Board of Canada hereby provides notice that the definition of the Program and Administrative Services Group, effective Maas published in Part I of the Canada Gazette on Mais amended and replaced by the following definition, excluding positions allocated to the Border Services Group.
The Tri-Agency Financial Administration Guide was recently revised to reflect the participation of all three granting Agencies (the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada [NSERC], the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada [SSHRC] and the Canadian Institutes of Health Research [CIHR]).
Changes made to this year’s guide supersede the last version (July. Government agencies frequently list the full hierarchy of departments on their reports. As anyone familiar with bureaucracy knows, this can add up to a lot of layers.
For example, the author of the National Cancer Institute report in the example above might be fully written out as follows. The side of government that is run by hired employees rather than elected politicians is known as the Canadian public service, civil service, or federal bureaucracy, and consists of a vast assortment of departments, agencies, commissions, committees, councils, and corporations.
More Canadians work for the federal government than any other employer in the country. Financial institutions can play a key role in assisting recipients of federal payments to enroll in Direct Deposit with their paying agency.
This chapter is a guide to the various enrollment methods available for both consumer and corporate recipients. There are several enrollment options: 1. Researchers are responsible for using grant or award funds in accordance with the policies of the Agencies, including the Tri-Agency Financial Administration Guide (TAFAG) and Agency grants and awards guides.
They are also responsible for providing true, complete and accurate information on documentation for expenditures from grant or award.
The Financial Administration Act (FAA) and Treasury Board policy instruments guide the work of public service employees and provide the cornerstone for effective financial management within the Government of Canada.
The Green Book is a comprehensive guide for financial institutions that receive ACH payments from and send payments (i.e. collections) to the federal government. Gold Book Check reclamation is a recovery procedure used by the Bureau of the Fiscal Service to obtain refunds (reclamations) from a presenting financial institution for paid U.S.
This guideline is part of a set of guidelines designed to assist departments See footnote  in implementing common financial management business processes.
This guideline supports the Policy on the Stewardship of Financial Management Systems and the Directive on the Stewardship of Financial Management Systems. This guideline presents the “should be” model for Manage Planning. 4The SGL provides a standard chart of accounts and standardized transactions that agencies are to use in all their financial systems.
5As part of a CFO Act agency’s financial statement annual audit report, the auditor is to report whether the agency’s financial management systems substantially comply with FFMIA.
Effective: April 1, Section: Governance Administrator: Office of the Comptroller General Applicability: GNWT Departments and Public Agencies. POLICY. GNWT Departments (including revolving funds and statutory offices) and Public Agencies, whose primary funding is appropriated by Legislative Assembly enactment, will comply with legislation, regulations, and financial administration.