Program Foundations for the Defence's new Program Alignment Architecture (2014)

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Authors
  1. Young, C.P.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research and Development Canada, Centre for Operational Research and Analysis, Ottawa ON (CAN)
Abstract
Having a robust Program Alignment Architecture (PAA) is a fundamental part of the Canadian Government’s policy on Management, Resources, and Results Structures (MRRS). This policy reinforces the government’s commitment to continually strengthen its management and accountability of public expenditures by providing a robust framework by which to link the use of resources to the achievement of results. Development of the new PAA for Defence began in late 2011 in order to better institutionalize a "Management for Results" paradigm. The redevelopment effort entailed several interrelated phases. This report presents the base of information used to develop program descriptions for the official submission of the new PAA to the Treasury Board Secretariat in the summer of 2013. This submission, with 97 programs, was accepted by the Secretariat. The new PAA for the Department of National Defence will come into effect in April 2014.

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Keywords
program activity architecture;program alignment architecture;PAA;operating model;business architecture;enterprise architecture;defence management;program based budgeting;performance based bugeting;performance management;risk management;program activity architecture;strategic review;cost modelling;program costing;defence program;capability planning;readiness;force generation;force employment;force development;force management;force support
Report Number
DRDC-CORA-TR-2013-229 — Technical Report
Date of publication
01 Apr 2014
Number of Pages
192
DSTKIM No
CA042035
CANDIS No
803341
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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