Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
The 2016–2019 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy (FSDS):
In keeping with the objectives of the Act to make environmental decision-making more transparent and accountable to Parliament, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) supports reporting on the implementation of the FSDS and its Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy, or equivalent document, through the activities described in this supplementary information table.
OSFI’s Departmental Sustainable Development Strategy for 2017 to 2020 describes the department’s actions in support of achieving the FSDS goal of a low-carbon government. This supplementary information table presents available results for the departmental actions pertinent to this goal. Last year’s supplementary information table is posted on OSFI’s website. This year, OSFI is also noting which United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal target each departmental action contributes to achieving.
The following table provides performance information on departmental actions in support of the FSDS goal of a low-carbon government.
FSDS goal: low-carbon government
(Promote public procurement practices that are sustainable, in accordance with national policies and priorities)
Dollar value of copy paper and envelope purchases that meet the target objective relative to the total dollar value of all purchases for copy paper and envelopes for the given year.
Target Performance Level = 95%
Annual amount spent on copy paper, and envelopes.
Target Performance Level = $41K
Volume of imaging hardware purchased that meet the target objective relative to the total dollar value or volume of all imaging hardware purchased in the year in question.
Target Performance Level = 90%
Annual amount spent on imaging hardware.
Target Performance level = $239K
Volume of IT hardware at end of life that is recycled or disposed of in a manner that reduces the environmental impact, relative to the total volume of all IT hardware that is disposed of in the year in question.
During the 2018-19 reporting cycle, OSFI had no proposals that required a Strategic Environmental Assessment and no public statements were produced.