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Evaluation: Food Safety Action Plan

Evaluator: CFIA Corporate Evaluation

CFIA Program Area: Policy and Programs Branch

Report Approved by Evaluation Committee

Management Response and Action Plan - MRAP
Evaluation Recommendation Management Response
(Agree or Disagree and if Disagree, reason why)
Action Plan Lead (position)
Target Date
Recommendation 1.1:
Develop and formally implement an outcomes based performance measurement strategy for FSAP related activities.
Agree

The CFIA agrees with this recommendation and the following actions have been undertaken:

  • A review and revision of the Food Safety Action Plan (FSAP) performance indicators has been undertaken for the ongoing FSAP program;
  • The review will serve as the basis in the development of performance indicators for food safety activities as whole within the CFIA. This approach will ensure:
    • consistency with the CFIA change agenda;
    • all indicators for food safety are measurable;
    • performance measures are aligned with corporate reporting.

The finalized performance measures for food safety, implementation approach and targets, where applicable, will be presented through Agency governance prior to full implementation in the summer of 2013.

Executive Director, Food Safety Strategies Directorate

July 2013

Recommendation 1.2
Develop an approach to better communicate with industry how the range of food safety initiatives fit together
Agree Through the Safe Food for Canadians Action Plan stakeholders will be informed of the CFIA’s modernization efforts that will contribute to the implementation of robust modern approaches to food safety, plant and animal health. This will ensure consistent messaging for all engagement activities with stakeholders.

Vice President, Public Affairs

Targeted for distribution to stakeholders in Spring 2013

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