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Table of Contents

Minister’s Message

Management Representation Statement

Section I: Departmental Overview

Raison d'tre
The Defence Mission
The Defence Portfolio
Key Partners and Stakeholders
Departmental Resources
Total Financial Resources for Fiscal Year 2006-2007
Human Resources
Departmental Performance
Status on Departmental Performance
Summary of overall performance
Generate and Sustain Relevant, Responsive, Effective Combat-Capable Integrated Forces
Conduct Operations
Contribute to Canadian Government and Society, and the International Community, in Accordance with Canadian Interests and Values
Influences on Departmental Performance
External Factors
Internal Factors
Expenditure Management Review
Expansion of the CF
Audit and Parliamentary Committee Evaluations and Recommendations
Link to the Government of Canada Outcome Areas
Corporate Priorities
Protect Canadians through the Conduct of Operations
Transform and Modernize the CF
Foster Management Excellence in the Defence Institution
Contribute to the International Community in Accordance with Canadian Interests and Values
Relationship Between Corporate Priorities for Defence and Program Activities

Section II: Analysis of Program Activities by Strategic Outcome

Generate and Sustain Relevant, Responsive, Effective, Combat-Capable Integrated Forces
Resources Consumed
Generate and Sustain Integrated Operational Forces Capable of Maritime Effects
Generate and Sustain Integrated Operational Forces Capable of Land Effects
Generate and Sustain Integrated Operational Forces Capable of Aerospace Effects
Generate and Sustain Joint National, Unified and Special Operations Forces
Support Capability
Conduct Operations
Resources Consumed
Constant Situational Awareness
Domestic and Continental Operations
International Operations
Contribute to Canadian Government and Society, and the International Community, in Accordance with Canadian Interests and Values
Resources Consumed
Provide Advice to the Government of Canada
Contribute to Canadian Government and Society in Accordance with Canadian Interests and Values
Contribute to the International Community, in Accordance with Canadian Interests and Values

Section III: Financial and Human Resources Reporting

Organization Chart
Departmental Links to Government of Canada Outcomes Areas
Resource Overview for FY 2006-2007
Table 1a: Comparison of Planned to Actual Spending (Including Full-Time Equivalents)
Table 1b: Comparison of Planned to Actual Spending (Cash Appropriation and Accrual Basis)
Table 2: Voted and Statutory Items
Table 3: Services Received Without Charge
Table 4: Loans, Investments and Advances (Non-budgetary)
Table 5: Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue
Table 6a: User Fees Act
Table 6b: Policy on Service Standards for External Fees - DND FY 2006-2007
Table 7a: Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity
Table 7b: Details on Project spending (Capital) over $30 Million
Table 8: Capital Construction Program - Spending over $60M
Table 9: Status Report on Major Crown Projects
Table 10a: Summary on Transfer Payments Programs by PAA
Table 10b: Details on Transfer Payment Programs over $5 Million
Table 11: Alternative Service Delivery
Table 12: Cost of International Operations
Table 13: Response to Parliamentary Committees, and Audits and Evaluations
Table 14: Sustainable Development Strategy (SDS)
Table 15: Procurement and Contracting
Table 16: Storage Tanks
Planned Full-Time Equivalents
Table 17: Personnel Requirements - Military (Regular Force) by Program Activity
Table 18: Personnel Requirements - Civilian by Program Activity
Table 19: Personnel Requirements - Combined Military (Regular Force) and Civilian by Program Activity
Table 20: Summary of Military (Regular Force) FTEs by Rank
Table 21: Summary of Civilian FTEs by Occupational Group
Table 22: Financial Statements for the Department of National Defence

Section IV: Financial Tables for Selected Defence Portfolio Organizations

Table 1: Primary Reserve Full Cost Estimate
Table 2: Communications Security Establishment
Table 3: Office of the Judge Advocate General
Table 4: Office of the Ombudsman for the Department of National Defence and the Canadian Forces
Table 5: Defence Research and Development Canada
Table 6: National Search and Rescue Secretariat

Section V: Executive and Corporate Services

Safety Programs
The General Safety Program
Nuclear Safety
Enhance Modern Management
Governance and Strategic Direction
Risk Management
Stewardship and Comptrollership
Accountability
Results and Performance
Audits and Evaluations
Internal Audit
Program Evaluation
Labour Relations
Civilian Recourse Registry
Concurrent Jurisdiction
Office of the Department of National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman
Director Access to Information and Privacy
Defence Public Affairs

Section VI: Additional Information

Appendix A - Recognizing Individuals and Team Achievements
Appendix B - List of Key Partners and Stakeholders
Appendix C - Legislation and Regulations Administered
Appendix D - Contact Information
Appendix E - List of Acronyms