Evaluation of the Centres of Expertise

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October 2021
Evaluation Branch
Internal Audit and Evaluation Sector

Acknowledgement

The Chief Audit and Evaluation Executive would like to thank the Centres of Expertise Working Group, the evaluation team and all other individuals who contributed insights and input to this evaluation. Evaluation participants included employees from the Department of Justice Canada and representatives from other client departments and agencies.

Acronyms

Centres of expertise

ALC
Aboriginal Law Centre
CAILS
Constitutional, Administrative and International Law Section
CIPL
Centre for Information and Privacy Law
CLEL
Centre for Labour and Employment Law
CLS
Commercial Law Section
CoEPL
Centre of Expertise in Procurement Law
HRLS
Human Rights Law Section
OLAD
Official Languages Directorate

Other acronyms

AAP
Aboriginal Affairs Portfolio
ATIA
Access to Information Act
ATIP
Access to Information and Privacy
BRLP
Business and Regulatory Law Portfolio
CAP
Central Agencies Portfolio
CBR
Canadian Bill of Rights
CBTL
Centre for Business and Technology Law
Charter
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
FIPP
Freedom of Information and Protection and Privacy
FTE
Full Time Equivalent
FY
Fiscal Year
GBA+
Gender-Based Analysis Plus
IFMS
Integrated Financial and Material System
IP
Intellectual Property
Justice
Department of Justice Canada
LSU
Legal Services Unit
NLS
National Litigation Sector
O&M
Operations and Maintenance
PA
Privacy Act
PLLSS
Public Law and Legislative Services Sector
PSPC
Public Services and Procurement Canada
SSC
Shared Services Canada