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100% Home Equity Assistance in CFIRP


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  1. Mal-administration

“a gross mismanagement in the public sector” http://www.psic-ispc.gc.ca/faq/menu-eng.aspx#gross

What is ‘gross mismanagement’ in the public sector?

Gross mismanagement generally applies to very serious situations that result or could result in a breach of public interest. The following factors, among others, are considered when determining whether a situation could constitute “gross mismanagement”:

  • the seriousness of the deviation from standards, policies or practices;
  • the functions and responsibilities of the public servant alleged to be responsible for the gross mismanagement;
  • the seriousness and wilfulness of the acts or omissions in question;
  • the repetitive or systemic nature of the acts;
  • the impact or potential impact of the mismanagement on the organization’s ability to carry out its mandate;
  • the impact or potential impact on the organization’s employees, clients and the public trust.dc_red_tape02

CFIRP (2009)

The purpose of the Integrated Relocation Program (IRP) is to relocate CF personnel and their families in the most efficient fashion and at the most reasonable cost to the public while having a minimum detrimental effect on the employee and family, and on departmental operations. 15th Report of SCOPA, 39th Parliament, 1st session, “Chapter 5 of the November 2006 Report of the Auditor General of Canada (Relocating Members of the Canadian Forces, RCMP, and Federal Public Service)”


Written by Major Marcus Brauer

February 22, 2015 at 14:28

Posted in Uncategorized

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