The Ontario government recently announced a number of initiatives supporting the Premier’s commitment to Open Government by promoting greater transparency in board governed agencies. Beginning April 1, 2015, specific governance documents and expense information for board governed agencies must be posted on PHO's website.
Our Annual Reports reflect PHO’s core activities and progress on key commitments including: our performance scorecard and targets, laboratory performance standards, financial statements and Board of Directors appointees. All board governed agencies are required to post their annual reports.
Strategic Plan 2014-19
Full Strategic Plan - interactive version
Full Strategic Plan - printable version
Strategic Plan - At a Glance
The Annual Business Plan maps out PHO's strategic direction and upcoming activities for the next three fiscal years. All agencies must have their responsible Minister approve their business plan annually.
To ensure that confidentiality and privacy are maintained, these documents do not contain any information that could affect the security of a person, place or thing, is commercially sensitive, or contains confidential information about human resources and labour relations as listed above.
Annual Business Plan
All board governed agencies require an MOU. The MOU is an administrative agreement between the responsible Minister and the agency that reflects the accountability framework and guides the mutual understanding of responsibilities of both the responsible minister and the chair of a board governed agency.
A new appendix to the Travel, Meal and Hospitality Expenses Directive (Travel Directive) requires all designated persons in every board governed agency to publicly post expense information incurred on, or after, January 1, 2015.
Designated persons are:
Only designated persons with expenses incurred since January 1, 2015 are included in the table below.