The School's work is carried out by 3 branches under the leadership of the President's Office. We have offices in 14 cities across Canada.
- The Learning Programs Branch leads the design, development and delivery of learning products—from analysis, curriculum management, the technological platform, delivery management, leadership and functional community programming to client and partner relationship management, as well as communications and marketing.
- The Innovation and Policy Services Branch supports the School's mandate to promote innovation across federal departments through projects that demonstrate the "art of the possible." The Branch provides advice, organizes events and creates linkages with the goal of promoting novel approaches to policy development among public servants. The Digital Academy, which resides within this branch, builds digital acumen, skills and capacity across the public service and beyond in line with the Government of Canada's agendas for digital and open government. The Academy relies on a number of partners to create and facilitate learning opportunities.
- The Corporate Services Branch includes 4 directorates:
- Results and Accountability, which includes corporate planning and reporting, implementation of the Policy on Results, learning evaluation, parliamentary affairs, access to information and privacy, oversight functions and coordination of audits and program evaluations
- Financial Management and Procurement, which includes internal and external reporting, accounting operations, internal controls, and financial policies and systems
- Technology and Information Management Services, which includes IT application and infrastructure support, information management, audio-visual, and data management
- Workforce and Workplace Management, which includes human resources, security, accommodations and facilities, and values and ethics and workplace well-being
- The Vice-President of the Corporate Services Branch also serves as the School's Chief Financial Officer.
The Canada School of Public Service is headed by a President who has supervision over and direction of the work and staff of the School.
The School is also part of the Treasury Board portfolio under the authority of the President of the Treasury Board and Minister of Digital Government.
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