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Strategic Outcome

The ultimate objective that a public policy is aimed to achieve. Strategic objectives must provide long-term and enduring benefits to Canadians that stem from a department or agency's mandate, vision and efforts.

(Guide for the Preparation of 2006-2007 Part III of the Estimates: RPP and DPR, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat,
http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/est-pre/20062007/p305_e.asp.)

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A long-term and enduring benefit to Canadians that stems from a department or agency's mandate, vision and efforts. It represents the difference a department or agency wants to make for Canadians and should be a clear measurable outcome that is within the department or agency's sphere of influence.
     
Strategic Outcome

The ultimate objective that a public policy is aimed to achieve. Strategic objectives must provide long-term and enduring benefits to Canadians that stem from a department or agency's mandate, vision and efforts.

(Guide for the Preparation of 2006-2007 Part III of the Estimates: RPP and DPR, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat,
http://www.tbs-sct.gc.ca/est-pre/20062007/p305_e.asp.)

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A long-term and enduring benefit to Canadians that stems from a department or agency's mandate, vision and efforts. It represents the difference a department or agency wants to make for Canadians and should be a clear measurable outcome that is within the department or agency's sphere of influence.

Approved for glossaryposting by Ben Eisen on January 14, 2011


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