Archived — 2010–2011 Report on Plans and Priorities
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A map of southern Ontario
A map of southern Ontario that shows FedDev Ontario's scope of operations, from Cornwall in the east to Owen Sound in the west, and from Pembroke in the north to Windsor in the south.
An organization chart that shows the seven executive positions that report directly to the President: Vice President, Business Innovation and Community programs; Vice President, Infrastructure; Director, General Strategic Policy; Chief Financial Officer; Director General, Communications; Director, Human Resources; and Director, Audit & Evaluation
A pie chart that shows the percentages of 2010–2011
A pie chart that shows the percentages of 2010–2011 planned spending by program initiative: 52% from Canada's Economic Action Plan; 40% from the Southern Ontario development program; 7% from former Industry Canada programs and; 1% from Infrastructure
A line chart that shows the profile of FedDev Ontario's forecast spending for 2009–2010 and planned spending for fiscal years 2010 through 2012. Spending starts in August 2009 when the Agency was launched, rises to a peak in 2010-2011 boosted by Economic Action Plan spending, and changes to SODP spending levels for the remainder of the period.
A pie chart showing the percentages of planned spending for 2010–2011
A pie chart showing the percentages of planned spending for 2010–2011 according to FedDev Ontario's program activity architecture. Some 78% of planned spending will fall under the Community and Business Development program, 19% under Infrastructure, and 3% under Internal Services.
A graphic of the program activity architecture
A graphic of the program activity architecture showing that the agency has one strategic objective—"The economy of Southern Ontario is competitive and diversified"— and three program activities: Internal Services; Community and Business Development; and Infrastructure.
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