Final Evaluation of Industry Canada's Involvement in the International Telecommunication Union — Long Descriptions
Chart which describes the organizational structure for Industry Canada's ITU activities. The top tier is a box indicating Industry Canada.
The second tier presents the two Industry Canada sectors that are involved in ITU activities. On the left is the Strategic Policy Sector and on the right is the Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications Sector.
The third tier indicates the branches that are involved in ITU activities under each sector. The Telecommunications Policy Branch (DGTP) is the only branch indicated in the Strategic Policy Sector. There are two branches indicated under the Spectrum, Information Technologies and Telecommunications Sector: The Spectrum Engineering Branch, and The Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulatory Branch.
Finally, the fourth tier indicates the directorates under each branch that are directly involved in ITU activities. The two directorates indicated under the Telecommunications Policy Branch are the International Telecommunications Policy and Coordination Directorate (DIT) as well as the Spectrum and Radio Policy Directorate (DSRS).
There are three directorates indicated under the Spectrum Engineering Branch: The Spectrum Planning and Engineering Directorate (DDGSE), The Broadcast Multimedia Planning and Technical Policy Directorate (DBCP), and The Telecom Engineering and Certification Directorate (DSI). The only directorate indicated under the Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulatory Branch is the Space and International Regulatory Activities Directorate (DSIR).
This diagram displays the Logic model for Industry Canada Involvement in the International Telecommunications Union (ITU). The first row of boxes shows the Activities with arrows pointing to the Outputs which these Activities are expected to achieve in the second row. The third row consists of Immediate Outcomes achieved relating to the ITU, the fourth row is Immediate Outcomes achieved relating to Canada, the fifth row is Intermediate Outcomes, the fifth row is Ultimate Outcomes, and the final row of boxes are Industry Canada's Strategic Outcomes. The Logic Model is designed to show how each activity, output, and outcome leads to the next one, and ultimately to Industry Canada's Strategic Outcomes.
Table outlining the different evaluation issues in the first column and the associated evaluation questions in the second column.
Table outlining the cost incurred relating to the ITU. Each row corresponds to a fiscal year, starting in 2003–04 and ending in 2007–08. The final row is the average over the five years.
Table outlining the evaluation issue and questions pertaining to this evaluation. The first row states the two evaluation questions relating to the issue of relevance. The second row states the two questions relating to the issue of success. The third row states the one question that stems from the issue of cost-effectiveness. The fourth row states the question that relates to program delivery.
Table which shows the distribution of staff interviewed for the evaluation by classification/level. Annex 18 contains a list of all staff interviewed.
Table 5: Comparison of Average Age and Retirement Eligibility Rate Between Public Service of Canada and SITT
Table which compares the average age and retirement eligibility rate between public service of Canada and SITT. The first row indicates the average age. The second row indicates the percentage of workers over 50 years old. The third row indicates the percentage of workers eligible to retire. The fourth row represents the total percentage eligible to retire by 2012.
The workers are then broke up by column. The first column is the public service of Canada. The second column are public service workers in the EX classification. The third column is SITT employees in the EX classification. The fourth column represents SITT employees in the ENG classification.
Table 6: Contributions to the ITU Versus Number of Delegates Sent to Conferences for Top Seven Contributing Countries
Table that shows the contribution to the ITU versus Number of Delegates sent to conferences for top seven contributing countries. Each row represents a different country. The second and third row indicate the contribution towards the ITU given by each country. The following two rows indicate the number of delegates sent to the 2000 WRC conference. The sixth and seventh row deal with the 2003 WRC conference. The eighth and ninth row are associated with the Plenipotentiary Conference in 2006. The final two rows deal with the 2007 WRC conference.
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