Supplementary Information Tables

Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy

FSDS goal: Greening Government
FSDS target FSDS contributing actions Corresponding departmental action(s) Contribution by each departmental action to the FSDS goal and target Starting point(s), target(s) and performance indicator(s) for departmental actions Link to the department's Program Inventory
Align relevant government operations policies to incorporate greening and climate resilience. Support the reduction of environmental impact by reducing usage of paper. Explore the use of digital tools and systems in order to reduce our usage of paper. Reduce the environmental impact of our operations by moving towards record digitization.

Goal: Greening government

Target: Adaptation to climate change
Starting Point: FY 2020-21

Indicators: Pilot the transition to a new Legal Case Management System (LCMS).

Pilot implementation of GCDOCS.

Pilot implementation of e-signatures.
Federal Prosecutions

Internal Services
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from federal government buildings and fleets by 40% below 2005 levels by 2030, with an aspiration to achieve it by 2025. Modernize our fleet Ensure vehicles purchases are the right size for operational needs and the most fuel efficient in their class available at the time of purchase. Any new vehicle purchases will be zero-emission vehicles or hybrid.

Goal: Greening government

Target: Real property and fleet (greenhouse gas emissions reductions)
Starting Point: FY 2017-18

Indicator: Percentage of vehicle purchases that meet the target relative to the total number of vehicles purchased in the fiscal year.

Annual amount spent on vehicle purchases.
Federal Prosecutions

Internal Services
Transition to a low-carbon economy through green procurement. Support for green procurement will be strengthened, including guidance, tools and training for public service employees. Ensure the integration of environmental considerations into procurement management practices, processes and controls. Environmental considerations will be a key determining factor in the making of procurement decisions.

Goal: Greening Government

Target: Procurement
Starting Point: FY 2015-16

Indicator: Percentage of purchases that include criteria or clauses aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the product or service being purchased.
Federal Prosecutions

Internal Services
Ensure employees who make procurement decisions or execute transactions have the necessary training to support green procurement. Training and uniform guidelines will ensure that all employees involved in procurement of office supplies and disposable goods support green procurement.

Goal: Greening Government

Target: Procurement
Starting Point: FY 2015-16

Indicator: Percentage of employees involved in procurement and material management who have completed training on green procurement.

Starting Point: FY 2020-21

Indicators: Percentage of employees involved in procurement of office supplies and disposable goods for events and conferences have received training and guidelines on green procurement.
Updated guidelines for non-acquisitions support staff (Business Coordinators/Administrative Staff) have been developed and implemented in all regions.
Percentage of non-acquisitions support staff that have attended information/training sessions on green procurement requirements.
Federal Prosecutions

Internal Services
Integrate Green Procurement Approach objectives into performance management agreements of managers and functional heads of procurement and materiel management. Implementation of a new national Material Management Framework with a scheduled roll-out over the next five (5) fiscal years.

Goal: Greening Government

Target: Procurement
Starting Point: FY 2020-21

Indicators: Percentage of functional heads of procurement and material management whose performance evaluation includes objectives related to green procurement and implementation of PPSC's Material Management Framework.

Pilot implementation for the new PPSC Material Management Framework at PPSC headquarters.
Federal Prosecutions

Internal Services
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