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|Evaluation Recommendation||Management Response (Agree or Disagree and if Disagree, reason why)||Action Plan||Lead (position) & Target Date|
|1) Support Agency consultation activities by:
||Agree||Policy and Programs Branch will provide a focal point for Agency consultations. This will involve development and maintenance of a listing of major consultation activities and annual consultation plans and facilitation of discussions at Business Line and across CFIA units involved in consultation.
Public Affairs Branch has developed a web presence on both the Agency's internal and external sites. These sites will include:
|2) Develop and implement guidelines for providing feedback to participants of consultation activities.||Agree||In collaboration with the Business Lines, PPB will develop guidelines to assist CFIA units in consistently providing feedback to participants in a timely manner.||PPB
|3) Continue to enhance engagement of consumers and small and medium sized businesses and engage less traditional stakeholder groups, such as Aboriginal Peoples and vulnerable populations as required.||Agree||Through the Business Lines, PPB will encourage the enhanced engagement of small and medium sized businesses and less traditional stakeholder groups. Public Affairs Branch, as lead responsible for the Consumer Association Roundtable, will continue to explore outreach options through the Roundtable and its website to engage consumer representatives from other stakeholder groups including vulnerable populations.||PPB
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