Ministry 2002/03 Annual Service Plan Report -- Government of British Columbia.
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Message from the Minister of State for Women's Equality  
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Accountability Statements  
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Ministry Role and Services  
Performance Reporting  
2002/03 Resource Summary by Core Business Area  
Report on Resources: Mirroring the Estimates Vote Structure  
Summary Reports on Other Planning Processes  
Appendix A — Agencies, Boards and Commissions  
Appendix B — Key Legislation  
Appendix C — Ministry Structure  
Appendix D — Status of New Era Commitments  
Appendix E — British Columbia Heritage Trust Performance Report, 2002/03  

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2002/03 Annual Service Plan Report
Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and
Women's Services

Performance Reporting

The Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services published its first Service Plan in February 2002, setting out goals, objectives, strategies, performance measures and targets for the 2002/03 to 2004/05 fiscal years. Since that time, the ministry has significantly strengthened its capacity for strategic planning and performance measurement. To understand the most current state of the ministry's goals and related performance measures, please see its Service Plan for 2003/04 to 2005/06.

The following section reports on the ministry's success in meeting the performance targets identified in the Service Plan for 2002/03. It also discusses variances in cases where performance levels differed substantially from Service Plan targets. Additional information is also provided to highlight achievements for which no performance measures had yet been established when the Service Plan was published.

Core Business: Effective Local Government, Aboriginal and Women's Services

Goal 1: Open, accountable and financially responsible local government.

Link to Goal 1. Link to Goal 1.


Goal 2: Improve the quality of life of Aboriginal peoples in BC.

Link to Goal 2. Link to Goal 2.


Goal 3: Address systemic barriers affecting women.

Link to Goal 3. Link to Goal 3.


Core Business Area: Safety and Standards

Goal 4: Sustainable level of safety in the built environment.

Link to Goal 4. Link to Goal 4.


Core Business Area: Citizen access to government

Goal 5: To expand the range and access to government services through new business models and partnerships.

Link to Goal 5. Link to Goal 5.


Core Business Area: Services for communities and First Nations

Goal 6: Strong, diversified communities.

Link to Goal 6. Link to Goal 6.


Goal 7: Equitable opportunities for all British Columbians.

Link to Goal 7. Link to Goal 7.


Core Business Area: Corporate Services

Goal 8: Cost-effective support services.

Link to Goal 8. Link to Goal 8.



As part of the government-wide initiative to cut red tape, the Ministry of Community, Aboriginal and Women's Services completed a baseline count of 71,238 regulatory requirements in June 2002. The table below presents the progress to March 31, 2003 as compared to targets. The projected completed regulation count is also provided.

Program Area Baseline June 2002 March 31, 2003 Target March 31, 2003 Actual June 30, 2004 Target
Safety 8,532 8,532 8,532 1,884
Railway 10,218 10,179 10,179 10,179
Fire 4,223 4,223 4,223 4,223
Local Government and Libraries 13,115 10,718 10,826 8,822
Heritage 17,324 13,096 9,636 218
Building 13,182 13,182 13,182 13,182
Arts and Culture 2,699 2,846 2,699 2,699
Housing 1,106 1,067 1,067 739
Child Care 797 775 757 344
Aboriginal and Multiculturalism 42 42 42 42
Totals: 71,238 64,660 61,143 42,332
Reduction:   6,578 10,095 28,906
Cumulative Reduction   9% 14% 41%


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