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Government Operations committee  Thank you for your question. Under the Phoenix agreements, current funding covers the two existing agreements. We are still working with the bargaining agents on the damages caused by the Phoenix pay system. I can't tell you yet whether we're going to have to request more funds

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Thank you very much for that question. Yes, in recent years, the Treasury Board Secretariat has obtained funding to stabilize the Phoenix system. To date, we have received $30 million over a number of years. However, the expenses are clearly reported in the Public Accounts of Ca

June 16th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Thank you for the question. First, let me clarify that administrative leadership encompasses many of our programs. We're not just talking about people in leadership roles here. There are many applications, government-wide programs. For example, the Office of Public Service Acces

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  I think Mr. Greenough can answer the question.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Mr. Purves has indicated that his computer has gone black. I'm really sorry about that.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  I can do this. Thank you for the question. Actually, in the Treasury Board Secretariat contingent liability, there are no provisions for land claims, as indicated by Mr. Purves. The provision would be in the specific department's public accounts books.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  I am not. As the CFO, I'm only privy to the numbers for TBS, but the specific department definitely could provide these numbers.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Again, sir, thanks for the question. Mr. Chair, I am not privy to this information, but we can track the information for the member.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  I am really sorry, Mr. Chair. Again, I see what the TBS pays out. This amount would not be paid by the Treasury Board Secretariat—

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  I can't answer this question. I'm sorry. I don't have the answer.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  No. You will find the contingent liability in our public accounts as per Mr. Ermuth. Each department will have worked on their contingent liability. It will also depend on the likeliness of the settlement.

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Thank you for the question. As Mr. Duclos mentioned, when we reached the agreement with PSAC in October 2020, the clauses were clearly laid out, and PSAC signed the agreement. It is the foundation of everything. The Canada Revenue Agency has ruled on the terms of the agreement

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Thank you. That's a very good question. As I mentioned, we agreed on the terms and conditions. As for the statement of facts that Mr. Aylward mentioned, if there were to be new terms and conditions added, the agreement would have to be reviewed and accepted by both parties. We

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Former public service employees who came under the 2019 agreement have already begun to receive their compensation. In the case of former employees or retirees who came under the 2020 agreement, the timeframe for paying the compensation is by the fall of 2021. However, they can a

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill

Government Operations committee  Of course. The increase is indeed 40.4%, and it is explained by two factors. First, there is an increase of $795 million for public service insurance plans. That request was first in the Supplementary Estimates (B), 2020-2021. So this is ongoing. There is also an increase of $7

May 12th, 2021Committee meeting

Karen Cahill