An overview of FCSRC’s Commitment to Accountability and Transparency.
Child Welfare Performance Indicators
Through the implementation of a provincial performance measurement and management system, Ontario’s Children’s Aid Societies, including Family and Children’s Services of Renfrew County, have taken an important step to enhance their accountability and commitment to achieve better outcomes for the children, youth and families they serve.
Read the most current version of Family and Children’s Services of Renfrew County’s Child Welfare Performance Indicators in our Annual Report.
Broader Public Sector Accountability
Family and Children’s Services of Renfrew County Multi Year Plan 2021
Executive Travel Expenses
Board Member Travel Expenses
7.1 Supply Chain Code of Ethics
The Code does not supersede codes of ethics that Organizations have in place, but supplements such codes with supply chain-specific standards of practice. Organizations must formally adopt the Code in accordance with their governance processes. The policy intent is to establish that the conduct of all Members of an Organization involved with Supply Chain Activities must be in accordance with the Code. The Code must be made available and visible to all Members of the Organization, as well as suppliers and other stakeholders involved with Supply Chain Activities.
Ontario Broader Public Sector (BPS) Supply Chain Code of Ethics.
Goal: To ensure an ethical, professional and accountable BPS supply chain.
I. Personal Integrity and Professionalism
Individuals involved with Supply Chain Activities must act, and be seen to act, with integrity and professionalism. Honesty, care and due diligence must be integral to all Supply Chain Activities within and between BPS organizations, suppliers and other stakeholders. Respect must be demonstrated for each other and for the environment. Confidential information must be safeguarded. Participants must not engage in any activity that may create, or appear to create, a conflict of interest, such as accepting gifts or favours, providing preferential treatment, or publicly endorsing suppliers or products.
II. Accountability and Transparency
Supply Chain Activities must be open and accountable. In particular, contracting and purchasing activities must be fair, transparent and conducted with a view to obtaining the best value for public money. All participants must ensure that public sector resources are used in a responsible, efficient and effective manner.
III. Compliance and Continuous Improvement
Individuals involved with purchasing or other Supply Chain Activities must comply with this Code of Ethics and the laws of Canada and Ontario. Individuals should continuously work to improve supply chain policies and procedures, to improve their supply chain knowledge and skill levels, and to share leading practice.