This section comprises of information related to audits, evaluations and reviews; how to make information requests as well as summaries of past requests; Info Source and proactive disclosure (travel/hospitality expenses, contracting, position reclassifications, briefing notes, grants and contributions).
Audits, Evaluations and Reviews
To enhance the level of transparency and accountability of its various activities, the MPCC publishes its audits, evaluations and reviews.
Access to Information Requests
The Government of Canada encourages the release of information through requests outside of the Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) process. You may wish to consult the MPCC’s completed Access to Information (ATI) summaries.
Making a Request
Please refer to How access to information and personal information requests work for information on formal access procedures under the provisions of the Access to Information Act and Privacy Act.
To make a request, use the ATIP Online Request Portal for a faster, easier and more convenient way to submit access to information or privacy requests. Apply online today to certain government institutions to save time and postage.
If you are unable to use the ATIP Online Request Portal, you may mail your request with the required information as described below.
Access to Information Requests
A $5.00 application fee for EACH request under the Access to Information Act, in the form of a cheque or money order made payable to the Receiver General for Canada, must be included with the request(s).
Mail the Access to Information Request Form (Access to Information Act), and a letter clearly explaining what records you are seeking along with any necessary documents, such as consent, and the fee for each request in the official language of your choice.
There is no fee for privacy requests (Privacy Act).
Mail the Personal Information Request Form (Privacy Act) and a letter clearly explaining what records you are seeking, along with any necessary documents, such as consent in the official language of your choice.
The Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada posts summaries of completed Access to Information requests processed by its Access to Information and Privacy (ATIP) Office.
The summaries are disclosed in the form they were released under the Access to Information Act including format, language and any exemptions or exclusions that were applied at the time of release.
The information is provided in chronological order, by year, month, and by request number and is available for a period of 24 months.
Requests focusing on personal information or third party proprietary information are not included.
Visit the Open Government Portal to view the Commission's Access to Information Request summaries.
Info Source: Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information provides information about the functions, programs, activities and related information holdings of government institutions subject to the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act. It provides individuals and employees of the government (current and former) with relevant information to access personal information about themselves held by government institutions subject to the Privacy Act and to exercise their rights under the Privacy Act.
One of these measures includes the proactive disclosure of financial and human resources-related information by departments and agencies. By making this information readily available on departmental web sites, Canadians and Parliament are better able to hold the Government and public sector officials to account.
To this end, the Government announced the mandatory publication on departmental Web sites of travel and hospitality expenses for selected government officials; contracts entered into by the Government of Canada for amounts over $10,000 (with only limited exceptions such as national security); and the reclassification of positions.
Travel and Hospitality Expense Reports
On December 12, 2003, the Prime Minister announced a new policy on the mandatory publication of travel and hospitality expenses for selected government officials.
This website provides information on the travel and hospitality expenses incurred by the Chairperson of the Military Complaints Commission of Canada. The information is based on a 6‑year period and has been updated every three months between March 31, 2004 and and June 2, 2019. Following Royal Assent on June 21, 2019 of Bill C‑58, an Act to amend the Access to Information Act and the Privacy Act, starting with June 2019, the report is updated monthly.
The rules and principles governing travel are outlined in the Policies for Ministers' Offices and in Treasury Board's Travel Directive and Special Travel Authorities. The purpose of these directives is to provide for the reimbursement of reasonable expenses necessarily incurred during travel on government business.
The Government of Canada extends hospitality in accordance with the rules and principles outlined in the Guidelines for Ministers' Offices and the Treasury Board Directive on Travel, Hospitality, Conference and Event Expenditures. The objective of the policy is to ensure that hospitality is extended in an economical and affordable way when it facilitates government business or is considered desirable as a matter of courtesy and protocol.
You can also access the reports on annual expenditures for travel, hospitality and conferences of the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada. These reports will be updated annually, beginning on October 31, 2011.
Information normally withheld under the Access to Information Act or the Privacy Act does not appear in the reports.
Note: Prior to and including fiscal year 2015‑2016, all amounts exclude applicable taxes.
Contracts Over $10,000
On March 23, 2004, the Government announced a new policy on the mandatory publication of contracts over $10,000.
This website provides information on contracts issued by or on behalf of the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada. Every three months we will be reporting contracts awarded by the institution in the previous three months.
Since October 31, 2004, and every three months thereafter, this website has been updated to include information on new contracts awarded.
On June 19, 2008, the policy was changed to also require the disclosure of contract amendments valued over $10,000.
Effective October 31, 2012, amendments to the Guidelines on the Proactive Disclosure of Contracts require that contracts over $10,000 issued to former public servants in receipt of a pension under the Public Service Superannuation Act after January 1, 2013 be identified as such.
The rules and principles governing government contracting are outlined in the Treasury Board Contracting Policy. The objective of government procurement contracting is to acquire goods and services, including construction services, in a manner that enhances access, competition and fairness and results in best value to Canada.
The reports on contracts over $10,000 are accessible on the Open Government Portal.
Contracts Under $10,000
The aggregated report on contracts and acquisition card transactions under $10,000 is published once a year on the Open Government portal by May 30th of the following calendar year. Scroll down to Aggregated Total - Contracts $10K and under:CSV. This will download an Excel document. Once you open the document, scroll down to our organization to view the information.
On February 25, 2004, the government announced the mandatory publication of information concerning the reclassification of occupied positions in the Public Service of Canada.
The rules and principles governing the reclassification of occupied positions are outlined in the Directive on Classification. This directive provide Deputy Heads with a framework within which to exercise their delegated classification authority for the reclassification of existing positions.
The reports provide information on the reclassification of occupied positions in the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada (MPCC) and are posted on a quarterly basis on the Open Government portal.
Annual Departmental Report on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences
Expenditures on travel, hospitality and conference fees incurred by federal departments and agencies are related to activities that support a departmental or agency mandate and the government’s priorities.
As required by the Treasury Board Secretariat Directive on Travel, Hospitality, Conference and Event Expenditures, this report provides information on the annual expenditures for each of travel, hospitality and conference fees for the Military Police Complaints Commission of Canada for the fiscal year ending March 31. It also provides the variance explanations from the previous fiscal year in each of these areas.
Please visit the Open Government Portal to visualizse the Annual Departmental Reports on Travel, Hospitality and Conferences.
Briefing Note Titles and Reference Numbers
In accordance with the Access to Information Act, the government proactively publishes titles and reference numbers of memoranda received by ministers and deputy heads.
- Briefing note titles may be partially or fully redacted in accordance with the legislation.
- Titles of memoranda that relate to Cabinet confidences do not appear on the list.
The briefing note titles and reference numbers are accessible on the Open Government Portal.
Grants and Contributions Awards Over $25,000
The Military Police Complaints Commission does not have the authority to make grants and contributions.
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