2015-2016 Departmental Performance Report (DPR)

Results Highlights

Key Departmental Achievements

  • As per the Minister's mandate related to the Government's new infrastructure programming, INFC led the development of the Phase 1 approach, and in collaboration with federal partners advanced a plan for the Government's early investments in green and social infrastructure, and public transit.
  • Under the Provincial -Territorial Infrastructure Component - National and Regional Projects of the New Building Canada Fund, 40 projects were approved and $807 million of the $9 billion federal share was committed under this program. In addition, under the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component, Small Communities Fund, 350 projects were approved and $413.1 million of the $1 billion federal share was committed under this program.
  • INFC won the Michelle C. Comeau team award for the design of an on-line mentoring tool to facilitate engagement between mentors and mentees. This tool supports an interdepartmental mentoring program that is shared between seven departments, providing employees with access to a larger pool of mentors and mentees.
  • The New Champlain Bridge Corridor Project Agreement was signed between the Government of Canada and the Signature on the Saint Lawrence Group (SSL) on June 19, 2015 for the design, construction, financing, operation, maintenance and rehabilitation of the Corridor over 35 years. To ensure that the P3 contract leads to the opening of the New Bridge for the St. Lawrence in December 2018 and the rest of the Corridor in 2019, INFC established a governance framework for the management of the contract with the private partners in collaboration with Public Services and Procurement Canada.

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Actual Departmental Spending

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Actual Departmental Full-Time Equivalents

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