G-1.03 - Act respecting the governance and management of the information resources of public bodies and government enterprises

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13. For the purposes of the development of government-wide information resource planning, a public body must
(1)  establish, in keeping with the guidelines determined under the second paragraph of section 21, an information resource strategy that sets out its digital transformation plan, its risk management practices and any other information prescribed by the Conseil du trésor;
(2)  establish an information resource investment and expenditure program;
(3)  compile and keep up to date an inventory of its information assets, including an evaluation of their condition;
(4)  provide a portrait of the workforce assigned to information resources and of the use of consultants assigned to the same;
(5)  describe how amounts allocated to information resource investments and expenditures will be used; and
(6)  produce any other planning tool determined by the Conseil du trésor.
2011, c. 19, s. 13; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 9; 2021, c. 222021, c. 22, s. 8.
13. For the purposes of the development of government-wide information resource planning, a public body must
(1)  establish an information resource master plan that sets out, among other things, its risk management practices and the measures relating to information resources that will be implemented to achieve its mission and its strategic priorities in keeping with the guidelines determined under the second paragraph of section 21;
(2)  establish an information resource investment and expenditure program;
(3)  compile and keep up to date an inventory of its information assets, including an evaluation of their condition;
(4)  provide a portrait of the workforce assigned to information resources and of the use of consultants assigned to the same;
(5)  describe how amounts allocated to information resource investments and expenditures will be used; and
(6)  produce any other planning tool determined by the Conseil du trésor.
2011, c. 19, s. 13; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 9.
13. For the purposes of the development of government-wide information resource planning, a public body must
(1)  establish an information resource master plan that sets out, among other things, its risk management practices and the measures relating to information resources that will be implemented to achieve its mission and its strategic priorities in keeping with the guidelines determined under the second paragraph of section 21;
(2)  establish an information resource investment and expenditure program;
(3)  compile and keep up to date an inventory of its information assets, including an evaluation of their condition;
(4)  provide a portrait of the workforce assigned to information resources and of the use of consultants assigned to the same;
In force: 2020-04-01
(5)  describe how amounts allocated to information resource investments and expenditures will be used; and
(6)  produce any other planning tool determined by the Conseil du trésor.
2011, c. 19, s. 13; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 9.
Paragraphs 3 and 4 will apply to public bodies referred to in subparagraphs 4 to 5 of the first paragraph of section 2 of that Act on 1 April 2020;
See 2017, c. 28, s. 33.
13. For the purposes of the development of government-wide information resource planning, a public body must
(1)  establish an information resource master plan that sets out, among other things, its risk management practices and the measures relating to information resources that will be implemented to achieve its mission and its strategic priorities in keeping with the guidelines determined under the second paragraph of section 21;
In force: 2019-04-01
(2)  establish an information resource investment and expenditure program;
(3)  compile and keep up to date an inventory of its information assets, including an evaluation of their condition;
(4)  provide a portrait of the workforce assigned to information resources and of the use of consultants assigned to the same;
In force: 2020-04-01
(5)  describe how amounts allocated to information resource investments and expenditures will be used; and
(6)  produce any other planning tool determined by the Conseil du trésor.
2011, c. 19, s. 13; 2017, c. 282017, c. 28, s. 9.
Paragraph 3 will apply to public bodies referred to in subparagraphs 4 to 5 of the first paragraph of section 2 of that Act on 1 April 2020;
Paragraph 4 will apply to public bodies referred to in subparagraphs 2, 3 and 6 of the first paragraph of section 2 of that Act on 1 April 2019;
Paragraph 4 will apply to public bodies referred to in subparagraphs 4 and 5 of the first paragraph of section 2 of that Act on 1 April 2020.
See 2017, c. 28, s. 33.
13. For the purposes of information resource governance and management, a public body must
(1)  establish a three-year plan of projects and activities;
(2)  establish a spending program detailing the use of the moneys that will be spent on such projects and activities during the fiscal year;
(3)  engage in project follow-up, in the cases determined by the Conseil du trésor;
(4)  draw up a review of each project or project phase authorized under Division II; and
(5)  draw up an annual review of achievements and benefits.
The Conseil du trésor may determine the terms and particulars of the management tools referred to in the first paragraph, including the information they must contain, the form they must take, the timeframe for their filing and, if applicable, the intervals when they must be revised.
The public body must forward the documents prepared under this section to its sectoral or network information officer who prepares a summary, gives an advisory opinion and makes recommendations to
(1)  the relevant authority identified in section 14, in the case of the documents of a body referred to in any of subparagraphs 3 to 6 of the first paragraph of section 2; or
(2)  the chief information officer, in the case of the documents of a public body referred to in subparagraph 1 or 2 of the first paragraph of section 2 or, if applicable, in section 3. In these cases, the chief information officer must prepare a summary, give an advisory opinion and make recommendations to the Conseil du trésor.
2011, c. 19, s. 13.