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Questionnaires

Year


Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Part A: Requests carried over from the prior fiscal year (2008-2009)

1. Number of requests carried over: 108
2. Requests carried over from the prior fiscal year— in a deemed-refusal situation on the first day of the new fiscal year 83

Part B: New Requests received in fiscal year 2009-2010— Exclude requests included in Part A

3. Number of requests received during the fiscal period 247
4.A How many were completed during fiscal year 2009-2010withinthe statutory 30-day time limit? 113
4.B How many were completed during fiscal year 2009-2010 beyond the statutory 30-day time limitwhere no extension was claimed ? 99
4.C How long after the expiry of the statutory 30-day timelimit did it take to complete the requestwhere no extension was claimed ?  
  1-30 days: 37
  31-60 days: 22
  61-90 days: 18
  Over 91 days: 22
5. How many were extended pursuant to section 9? 1
6.A How many were completed during fiscal year 2009-2010withinthe extended time limit? 0
6.B How many were completed during fiscal year 2009-2010 after exceeding the extended time limit? 0
6.C How long after the expiry of the extended deadline did it take to respond?  
  1-30 days: 0
  31-60 days: 0
  61-90 days: 0
  Over 91 days: 0
7. Number of requests received in 2009-2010 that were carried over to 2010-2011? 35
8. As of April 1 st , 2010, how many requests which were received in 2009-2010 are in a deemed-refusal situation? 23

Part C: Workload

9. What is the number of pages reviewed for requests completed in 2009-2010? 44 054
10. What is the number of consultations requests received in 2009-2010? 38

Part D: Contributing Factors

11.
Please describe the most significant issues that affected your institution’s ability to respond to access to information requests in a timely manner (within 30 days and/or statutory timelines) since becoming subject to the Act.
Please refer to Annex A
12.
Please describe any practices or policies developed/undertaken by your institution to improve the timely delivery of your access to information program since becoming subject to the Act and where possible, indicate how successful these practices/policies have been.
Please refer to Annex B

Part E: Building Capacity

13.
As a newly-subject institution to the Act, please describe the implementation process and measures to build your institution’s capacity to respond to access to information requests. This may include resource allocation, infrastructure, internal support, and/or foundational work such as policy or planning documents.
Please refer to Annex C

Part F: Completion Time

14.
What is the average completion time for all requests completed in 2009-2010?
Please refer to Annex D

Part G: Statistical Report on the Access to Information Act

15. Please attach your institution’s completed Report on theAccess to Information(Form TBS/SCT 350-62) for 2007-2008, 2008-2009 and 2009-2010. For institutions on a fiscal year other than April 1 st -March 31 st , include any supplemental reports where available.