Hi, I was wonder if you could provide a link to an Excel format of the Organizational Project Management Capacity Assessment Tool or a name of a contact person to obtain this information. Thank you for an direction that you can provide.
Accès à l'information
Toutes les institutions assujetties à la Loi sur l’accès à l’information sont tenues de publier un sommaire des demandes d’accès complétées dans les 30 jours civils suivant la fin de chaque mois.
Télécharger le jeu de données suivant pour les résumés des demandes d’accès à l’information de certaines institutions fédérales. À l’avenir, les résumés d’autres institutions seront ajoutés et des améliorations seront apportées au jeu de donnée, selon le besoin.
Veuillez noter que les demandes portant sur les renseignements personnels ou les renseignements exclusifs de tiers ne sont pas incluses.
- Éditeur - Nom actuel de l’organisation: Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor du Canada
- Licence: Licence du gouvernement ouvert - Canada
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|Accès à l'information (UTF8)||Jeu de données||CSV||
|Accès à l'information (rien à déclarer)||Jeu de données||CSV||
|Rechercher des demandes d’accès à l’information complétées||Site Web||HTML||Anglais||Accès|
|Rechercher des demandes d’accès à l’information complétées||Site Web||HTML||Français||Accès|
Hi, You will have to fill out a "suggest a dataset form" which can be found here: http://open.canada.ca/en/forms/suggest-dataset Please note that releasing a dataset can take time. I would also recommend you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further guidance if your matter is urgent. Thank you, Momin, the Open Government team.
Is it possible to have information regarding Unidentified Flying Objects from Canadian Government Offices, Transport Canada, National Defense? I cannot find anything on the websites. Thank you.
Hi Emily, If you search "Unidentified flying objects" at the following webpage you will be shown a list of completed ATIs: http://open.canada.ca/en/search/ati You can submit an informal request to view the ones that interest you. If you are looking for something specific, please contact the ATI coordinators for each respective offices and make your request there: http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/hgw-cgf/oversight-surveillance/atip-aiprp/coord-eng.asp Please let me know if you have any questions, I hope this helps! Momin, the Open Government team.
Who can I contact to obtain further information or details of specific contract?
Hi, contact information for Access to Information and Privacy Coordinators can be found at the following link: http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/hgw-cgf/oversight-surveillance/atip-aiprp/coord-eng.asp Thank you, Momin, Open Government team.
WHY THE ONTARIO WORKS SOCIAL ASSISTANCE 505 WENTWORTH OSHAWA OFFICE TOOK OUT OUR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE ABRUPTLY BECAUSE WE ARE REC IEVING MONEY AS A BASIC LIVING ALLOWANCE ($ 454 - bI-WEEKLY FROM SECOND CAREER PROGRAM )AND COLLECTED A COLLECTIBLE OVERPAYMENT OF $ 1841.75 EVERY MONTH)? ON TOP OF MY VULNERABLE COMMON-LAW-PARTNER DENIED 2 X ODSP AND ANOTHER NEW APPLICATION LETTER FORM WITH NOT SAME REFERENCE NUMBER AND LIVING BY THE SUPPORT OF ONTARIO WORKS FOR ELEVEN (11) YEARS?
Hi, This comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things but we don't deal with programs such as Ontario Works. I recommend you contact the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services to have your inquiry addressed more directly. You can find their contact here: http://www.mcss.gov.on.ca/en/mcss/contact/index.aspx I hope this helps. Momin, Open Government team.
Good Morning, do you have a similar set of data summaries for 2013/2014 years?
Thank you, this is a brave step.
I come job visa from Canada how to get please try help me
Rabiul - have a look here for more information on how to work in Canada http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/work/ Hope this is helpful, Karin the open-ouvert team
When will this resource be available again?
I was looking for employment information about industrial desingers in Canada. B ut the only information you are showing is about Quebec. What about Vancouver and all the other places. And yes, update this the world is changing and the info provided is SOOOOO old. This is AUgust 2016.
Hi RitaSue, Thank you for your comment. You can consult Completed Access to Information requests summaries to see if your questions have already been answered by specific government departments (http://open.canada.ca/en/search/ati). If your query has not been covered, you can also make an Access to Information request directly to a department's Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Coordinator (http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/hgw-cgf/oversight-surveillance/atip-aiprp/coord...). Thank you and hope this helps, Tasha, the Open Government Team
Where is Canada Post's ATIs?
Hi Matt, Thank you for your question. Canada Post's ATIs can be found here:https://www.canadapost.ca/web/en/pages/aboutus/details.page?article=aticompletedrequests Hope this helps! If you require further information, please do not hesitate to let us know. Tasha, the Open Government Team
The way the summaries are displayed has been changed. Each one used to show the basic topic, but now there's just a number and date for each item with no hint about the content. At leas that's how it has started displaying for me, and it was fine a couple of days ago. Could you take a look?
Hi Tom, thanks for your comment. We are experiencing some issues with the ATI pages. The 'Request Summary' and link to make an informal request will be restored shortly. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The download URLs for the datasets are 404 Not Found.
Hi James, thanks for flagging the errors. We have updated the URLs, and they should now work properly. If you notice any other issues, let us know!
I have been trying to acquire statistics from the department of immigration, specifically, in the latest wave of refugees, how many who applied were refused and for what reasons. Needless to say, Immigration has not responded. How do I go about getting timely responses from government ministries?
Thanks for your question, Rickart. There are a couple of options open to you: first, you can check out Completed Access to Information requests summaries to see if your questions have already been answered by specific government departments (http://open.canada.ca/en/search/ati). If your query has not been covered, you can also make an Access to Information request directly to a department's Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Coordinator (http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/hgw-cgf/oversight-surveillance/atip-aiprp/coord-eng.asp). There are specified timelines for responses to ATIP requests, so this should address your concern around timely responses. Best wishes, Karin open-ouvert team.
Hello, I have applied for my ATIP in November 2015, I have received a confirmation for a sent mal in December, but I have not received any mails. What should I do to get these data now? knowhingthat I have checked the list of requests and couldn't find my file number. file number: P-2015-16985
Hi Khaled, It's best to direct your query toward the specific department or agency which owns the data records you are looking for. Here is a link: http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/hgw-cgf/oversight-surveillance/atip-aiprp/coord-eng.asp Best, The Open Government Team
Hello, How often is this list updated,and is it still updated?
Thanks for your comment, I have forwarded your question to the data owner, and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Thom, For the Open Government Team
Hi Bech, We have received a reply from the data owner and the Access to Information dataset is current and is updated monthly. You might also be interested in the search portal at http://open.canada.ca/en/search/ati where you can search by subject or individual institution. Hope this helps, Thom for the Open Government Team
How long does it take to receive a copy of a completed ATIP. I have been waiting for over a week now for my requests. Alex
Hi Alex, I might start by pointing you here for the service standards and exceptions, as well as links to follow up if you have issues: https://atip-aiprp.apps.gc.ca/atip/faq.do?caller=/atip/welcome.do.
This Excel dataset is very useful for researchers, but I have a few questions please: (1) How often is the dataset updated? It says, “Date Modified: 2014-07-28” and “Frequency: Monthly.” Yet I found 3,795 cells with a 2015 date. To avoid confusion I strongly suggest posting a date of creation on each version of the dataset, even in its title. (2) Could you please post a list on this website of all the Canadian agencies that are part of this database? i.e., just core ministries, or others such as crown corporations, boards, et.al. You say, “key federal institutions” are there but which are the non-key ones? “Summaries from additional institutions will be added” – I wonder who and when. (3) I cannot understand the order in which the agencies appear on the dataset (starting with Western Economic Diversification, and Via Rail). Placing them alphabetically A-Z by title would be most useful for browsing. (4) For historians, how far back is it possible to go, i.e., can a similar dataset be created going back to earlier days or even the 1990s, or is it too difficult to produce?
Just wondering when the data for the Department of Finance for June will be uploaded to this dataset. The HTML listing covers up to June but not the Excel data file (to May 2014). Thanks.
Thank you for your comment. The following response has been posted on behalf of the data owner: "The process of scraping all GC organizations websites for completed ATI summaries occurs on a monthly basis. Since organizations have until the end of the month to post their previous months summaries up on their websites, it is possible that the scraping occurred before the organization posted their latest summaries. This would have delayed their inclusion into the currently available summaries and the downloadable dataset. The data you are looking for should be up on our site before the end of next week".
Thank you for catching that, the label for the dataset was mislabelled as this is a dataset that we update on a regular basis. While it was labeled as a spring 2013 dataset it contains much more recent data. The discrepancy has been addressed and we thank you for your time in pointing out this issue.
But why is it a year out of date!?
This is great!