Deputy Minister Committee Mandates and Memberships
|Coordinating Committee of Deputy Ministers (CCDM)
Provides a forum for discussion of Government policy and priorities and ensures coordination across the deputy minister committees.
|Wayne Wouters (Chair), Janice Charette (Vice-Chair), Yaprak Baltacioglu, Margaret Biggs, Michelle d’Auray, Serge Dupont, Richard Fadden, Graham Flack, Robert Fonberg, Bob Hamilton, Michael Horgan, John Knubley, Louis Lévesque, Bill Pentney, Morris Rosenberg, Ian Shugart, Michael Wernick|
|Committee of Senior Officials (COSO)
Functions as the human resources committee for the senior executive cadre of the public service.
|Wayne Wouters (Chair), Janice Charette (Vice-Chair), Yaprak Baltacioglu, Michelle d’Auray, François Guimont, Michael Horgan, John Knubley, Morris Rosenberg, Ian Shugart, Daniel Watson, Michael Wernick, Glenda Yeates|
|Board of Management and Renewal (BoMR)
Provides a forum to discuss major management reforms and the renewal of the Public Service, with a focus on advancing whole-ofgovernment approaches to external and internal service delivery, and positioning the Public Service for the future.
|Wayne Wouters (Chair), Janice Charette (Vice-Chair), Yaprak Baltacioglu, Michelle d’Auray, Robert Fonberg, Liseanne Forand, François Guimont, Louise Levonian, Linda Lizotte-MacPherson, Luc Portelance, Ian Shugart, Andrew Treusch, Wilma Vreeswijk, Daniel Watson, Michael Wernick, Neil Yeates|
|Economic Trends and Policies (ETP)
Examines trends and develops scenarios with respect to economic issues and future challenges to Canadian competitiveness and longterm prosperity, including flows in trade and investment, the effects of new technologies on policy, ethical issues and regulatory capacity. Examines the role of government and the impact of policy interventions such as regulatory frameworks, labour market policies and incentives for investment, in sectors such as transport, infrastructure, manufacturing, natural resources, fisheries and agriculture.
|Louis Lévesque (Co-Chair), John Knubley (Co-Chair), Bruce Archibald, Patrick Borbey, Malcolm Brown, Michelle d’Auray, Karen Ellis, Hélène Gosselin, Bob Hamilton, Karen Jackson, Daniel Jean, Bill Jones, Simon Kennedy, Matthew King, Paul LeBlanc, Louise Levonian, Guy Mc Kenzie, Daphne Meredith, David Moloney, James Ralston, Paul Rochon, Timothy Sargent, Wayne Smith, Jean-François Tremblay, Peter Sylvester|
|Climate Change, Energy and the Environment (CCEE)
Examines trends and develops scenarios with respect to environmental issues, both domestically and internationally, such as energy production and use, climate change and the stewardship of resources and natural capital, including sector-specific environmental issues and impacts. Examines the impact of policy interventions, such as the prevention and mitigation of, and the adjustment and adaptation to environmental impacts, as well as the effect of developments in environmental sciences and technologies.
|Bob Hamilton (Co-Chair), Serge Dupont (Co-Chair), Jean Boivin, Renée Jolicoeur, Matthew King, Mary Komarynsky, Pierre Legault, Marie Lemay, Michael Martin, Daphne Meredith, Paul Rochon, Wayne Smith, Colleen Swords|
|Social Trends, Policies and Institutions (STPI)
Examines trends and develops scenarios with respect to social issues, including inequality and the exclusion of at-risk groups, crime and justice issues and threats to our health and well-being, individually and in our communities. Examines the impact of policy interventions to address these issues and to strengthen communities and belonging, and the role played by institutions and jurisdictions in these efforts.
|Ian Shugart (Co-Chair), Michael Wernick (Co-Chair), David Bevan, Peter Boehm, David Butler-Jones, Mary Chaput, George Da Pont, Richard Fadden, Don Head, Michael Keenan, Michael Martin, John Ossowski, Nada Semaan, Alister Smith, Wayne Smith, Lori Sterling, Glenda Yeates, Neil Yeates|
|Global Trends, Foreign Affairs and Defence Issues (GTFAD)
Examines trends and develops scenarios with respect to international and defence issues, including shifting global power dynamics, failing states and other potential threats to international stability, as well as the objectives and impact of policy interventions such as diplomacy, military efforts, development assistance, state-building and support for human rights, democracy and global institutions.
|Margaret Biggs (Co-Chair), Morris Rosenberg (Co-Chair), Anita Biguzs, Serge Dupont, Richard Fadden, John Forster, Simon Fothergill, Marc Grégoire, François Guimont, Michael Horgan, Simon Kennedy, Pierre Legault, Andrea Lyon, David Moloney, Krista Outhwaite, Ron Parker, Luc Portelance, Stephen Rigby, Suzanne Vinet, Neil Yeates|
|National Security (NS)
Considers security, defence and foreign policy issues and priorities and their linkages in order to provide coherent, integrated advice to the PM, the Cabinet Committee on National Security and other Cabinet committees as required; provides strategic advice on the PM’s international agenda and on the Government’s major international commitments or engagements; coordinates the Government’s responses to crises that engage the national interest; oversees the development and implementation of key strategies such as the foreign policy plan; monitors progress on the implementation and management of national security and intelligence priorities; commissions and reviews relevant foreign intelligence and threat assessments in support of these issues. This committee will be supported by specialized sub-committees, for example: border security, intelligence programs, activities and legal issues.
|Stephen Rigby (Chair), Margaret Biggs, Michel Coulombe, Richard Fadden, John Forster, François Guimont, Michael Horgan, Thomas Lawson, Louis Lévesque, Marta Morgan, Bob Paulson, Bill Pentney, Luc Portelance, Morris Rosenberg, Neil Yeates|
|Public Service Management Advisory Committee (PSMAC)
Provides a forum for discussion of the public service management agenda.
|Yaprak Baltacioglu (Co-Chair), Daniel Watson (Co-Chair), Bruce Archibald, David Bevan, Peter Boehm, Patrick Borbey, Greta Bossenmaier, Daniel J. Caron, Mary Chaput, George Da Pont, Karen Ellis, Liseanne Forand, John Forster, Hélène Gosselin, François Guimont, Don Head, Daniel Jean, Renée Jolicoeur, Paul LeBlanc, Marie Lemay, Louise Levonian, Linda Lizotte-MacPherson, Andrea Lyon, Michael Martin, Guy Mc Kenzie, Daphne Meredith, Marta Morgan, Krista Outhwaite, Luc Portelance, James Ralston, Anne-Marie Robinson, Timothy Sargent, Ian Shugart, Alister Smith, Wayne Smith, Lori Sterling, Colleen Swords, Peter Sylvester, Andrew Treusch, Coleen Volk, Wilma Vreeswijk, Glenda Yeates|
|Public Service Commission Advisory Committee (PSCAC)
Provides a forum for discussion of the staffing and assessment services provided by the Public Service Commission.
|Anne-Marie Robinson (Chair), Anita Biguzs, Malcolm Brown, Mary Chaput, Don Head, Renée Jolicoeur, Bill Jones, John Ossowski, Ron Parker, Nada Semaan, Wilma Vreeswijk, Daniel Watson, Michael Wernick|
|Social Media and Policy Development (SMPD), Considers the linkages between social media and policy-making, including new models for policy development, public engagement and the role of the public servant in the social media sphere.||Robert Fonberg (Co-Chair), Graham Flack (Co-Chair), Greta Bossenmaier, Malcolm Brown, Daniel J. Caron, Corinne Charette, Karen Jackson, Daniel Jean, Simon Kennedy, Marta Morgan, Anne Marie Smart, Peter Sylvester, Grant Westcott,|
|Canada School of Public Service Advisory Committee (CSPSAC), Provides the Canada School of Public Service with strategic advice and direction, particularly related to its learning and development products and services for the Public Service.||Linda Lizotte-MacPherson (Co-Chair), Daniel Watson (Co-Chair), Margaret Biggs, George Da Pont, Bob Hamilton, Daniel Jean, Michael Keenan, Matthew King, Anne Marie Smart, Coleen Volk, Glenda Yeates|
|Deputy Ministers' Breakfast (DMB)||Wayne Wouters (Chair), Janice Charette (Vice-Chair), Bruce Archibald, Yaprak Baltacioglu, Margaret Biggs, Patrick Borbey, David Butler-Jones, Mary Chaput, George Da Pont, Michelle d’Auray, Serge Dupont, Richard Fadden, Graham Flack, Liseanne Forand, John Forster, Simon Fothergill, Hélène Gosselin, François Guimont, Bob Hamilton, Don Head, Michael Horgan, Daniel Jean, Simon Kennedy, Matthew King, John Knubley, Paul LeBlanc, Louis Lévesque, Linda Lizotte-MacPherson, Guy Mc Kenzie, Daphne Meredith, Bill Pentney, Luc Portelance, James Ralston, Stephen Rigby, Morris Rosenberg, Ian Shugart, Wayne Smith, Jean-François Tremblay, Andrew Treusch, Suzanne Vinet, Coleen Volk, Wilma Vreeswijk, Daniel Watson, Michael Wernick, Glenda Yeates, Neil Yeates|