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The future-oriented financial highlights presented within this Report on Plans and Priorities are intended to serve as a general overview of CSC's operations. These future-oriented financial highlights are prepared on an accrual basis to strengthen accountability and improve transparency and financial management.
CSC’s 2012-13 forecasted expenses are projected to be $2,730 million. These expenses include planned spending presented in this Report on Plans and Priorities and also include expenses such as amortization; services provided without charge and accrued employee future benefits. CSC’s future-oriented revenues are projected to be $48 million in 2012-13. Revenues are primarily generated by the CORCAN revolving fund. More detailed information on projected expenses and revenues can be found in the detailed future-oriented statement of operations at http://www.csc-scc.gc.ca/text/pblct/finance/foso-2012-13-eng.shtml.
|Change $||Estimated Results
|Less: Total Revenues||6||48||54|
|Add: Operations Transferred to SSC||(23)||23|
|Net Cost of Operations||252||2,704||2,956|
|Change $||Estimated Results
All electronic supplementary information tables found in the 2012-13 Report on Plans and Priorities can be found on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat web site.
Correctional Service of Canada web site: www.csc-scc.gc.ca
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Please refer to the link below for the methodology for performance target setting information in this report.
1 The Annual Reference Level is the funding available to CSC for each year as approved by Treasury Board.
2 As a result of legislative changes, the number of inmates in CSC’s custody has grown and is expected to continue to increase over the next few years. However, the inmate population increases anticipated from the implementation of both the Truth in Sentencing Act and the Tackling Violent Crime Act have not materialized as originally predicted. CSC is working with central agencies to determine the financial impact; and as a result, funding may be returned or frozen within its existing reference levels. Furthermore, CSC hires staff based on actual inmate population and will not hire any new staff beyond what is required to effectively manage realized population growth while ensuring public safety results for all Canadians. As such, CSC will not spend all of its authorities.
3 Please see endnote #2.
4 Please see endnote #2.
5 Please see endnote #2.
6 Please see endnote #2.
7 Please see endnote #2.
8 The only sunset initiative over this timeframe is approximately $1M for the Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan (FCSAP) that will end in fiscal year 2014-2015.
9 For additional information on planned financial resources and FTEs, refer to section 1.7-Planning Summary
10 During FY 07-08, OMS data recording for urinalysis results was enhanced to include positive results for prescription drugs. For performance indicator purposes, these tests are categorized as negative results. The change in definition impacts trend results from FY 08-09 onward for percent undesirable as well as percent positive. Percentage of refusals is not affected.
11 Please see endnote #9.
12 Please see endnote #9.
13 Please see endnote #9.
14 Please see endnote #2.
15 Please see endnote #2.