ARCHIVED - Savings Identified as part of Budget 2012 Spending Review - Program Alignment Architecture (PAA)

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by Program Alignment ArchitectureFootnote 1

($ 000's)

  2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 and Ongoing
Program Alignment Architecture Vote 1 -
Operating
(incl. EBP)Footnote 2
Vote 10 -
Gs&Cs
Total Vote 1 -
Operating
(incl. EBP)Footnote 2
Vote 10 -
Gs&Cs
Total Vote 1 -
Operating
(incl. EBP)Footnote 2
Vote 10 -
Gs&Cs
Total
Governance and Institutions of Government
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring. Other savings will be realized as a result of the elimination of AANDC funding to the National Centre for First Nations Governance and through measures referenced in the September 4, 2012 announcements by the Minister on the new Results-Based Approach to Treaty and Self-Government Negotiations and changes to AANDC funding for Aboriginal Representative Organizations and Tribal Councils.
339 2,500 2,839 1,647 6,000 7,647 8,183 33,020 41,203
Co-operative Relationships
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring, including integration of the Inuit Relations Secretariat into the Policy and Strategic Direction sector. Other savings will be realized as a result of the discontinuation of the Test Case Funding Program, adjustments to specific claim research and assessment functions to better reflect the reduced caseload, and the new Results-Based Approach to Treaty and Self-Government Negotiations announced on September 4, 2012 by the Minister.
1,238 1,573 2,811 2,152 2,528 4,680 8,594 12,443 21,037
Treaty Management
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring. Other savings will be realized through measures referenced in the September 4, 2012 announcement by the Minister on the new Results-Based Approach to Treaty and Self-Government Negotiations.
332   332 1,170   1,170 2,793 1,077 3,869
Education
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring of administrative functions.
245   245 407   407 636   636
Social Development
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring of administrative functions. Other savings will be realized as a result of the discontinuation of funding for AANDC's role in internal government coordination of the Federal Strategy on Early Childhood Development.
837 314 1,151 850 314 1,164 919 314 1,233
Managing Individual Affairs
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring of administrative functions.
625   625 865   865 1,538   1,538
Aboriginal Economic Development
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring. Other savings to be achieved through FTE reductions related to the transfer of the Aboriginal Business Development Program to Aboriginal Financial Institutions, improving the effectiveness and efficiency of reserve land administration and streamlining the management of revenue moneys from leases and permits.
2,398   2,398 4,530   4,530 9,532 225 9,757
Federal Administration of Reserve Land
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring.
115   115 420   420 469   469
Community Infrastructure
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring.
660   660 1,371   1,371 2,798   2,798
Northern Governance and People
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring.
1,586   1,586 1,673   1,673 3,489   3,489
Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Management
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring.
2,539   2,539 2,628   2,628 4,595   4,595
Urban Aboriginal Strategy
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring.
180   180 253   253 442   442
Métis and Non-Status Indian Organizational Capacity Development
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring including integration of the Office of the Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians into the Policy and Strategic Direction sector. Other savings will be realized through measures referenced in the September 4, 2012 announcement by the Minister on changes to AANDC funding for Aboriginal Representative Organizations.
280   280 700   700 1,792 580 2,372
Internal Services
Vote 1 operating savings relate to FTE reductions as a result of internal streamlining and restructuring, including the consolidation of administrative service units (e.g., Human Resources, Accounting) into a smaller number of hubs.
8,654   8,654 12,439   12,439 21,074   21,074
To be allocated against PAA
Savings will be realized through measures referenced in the September 4, 2012 announcement by the Minister on changes to future AANDC project funding for Aboriginal Representative Organizations and Tribal Councils.
        15,200 15,200   46,100 46,100
Grand TotalFootnote 3 20,029 4,387 24,416 31,107 24,042 55,149 66,854 93,759 160,613
First Nations Statistical Institute     2,500     5,000     5,000

Budget 2012 also provided $627.4 million over the next three years for Aboriginal peoples and Northern communities. This includes investments of $275 million in First Nation education on reserve as well as school infrastructure; $276 million for improvements to First Nation water and wastewater infrastructure; and $40.5 million for the Urban Aboriginal Strategy. Financial data on these and other measures was provided in the Quarterly Financial Report posted on the Department's website.

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