Evaluations

In the Government of Canada, evaluation is the systematic and neutral collection and analysis of evidence to judge merit, worth or value. Evaluation informs decision making, improvements, innovation and accountability. Evaluations typically focus on programs, policies and priorities and examine questions related to relevance, effectiveness and efficiency. Depending on user needs, however, evaluations can also examine other units, themes and issues including alternatives to existing interventions. Evaluations generally employ social science research methods (TBS Policy on Results, Glossary).

Plans

Five year coverage (updated annually)

Plans
Title of Evaluation Link to Program InventoryDate of last evaluation Planned completion date Status Lead TB Commitment
Evaluation of NRCan’s Major Projects Management Office (MPMOI) Horizontal 2019–20 Reporting NRCan Yes
Regulatory Framework Program Evaluation Regulatory Framework 2019–20 Reporting CER
Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee Evaluation (IAMC) Horizontal 2021-22 NRCan Yes
Participant Funding Program Evaluation Participant Funding 2016 2022-23 CER
Pipeline Information Program Evaluation Pipeline Information 2021-22 CER
Impact Assessment and Regulatory Processes (IARP) Horizontal 2022–23 IAAC Yes
Indigenous Engagement Program Evaluation Indigenous Engagement 2022–23 CER

For more information about spending by program or initiative, please see GC Infobase, our Departmental Plans and Departmental Results Reports.

Reports

2017

Pipeline Safety and Public Awareness Initiatives

2016

Participant Funding Program

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