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2012-2013 Supplementary Tables

List of Supplementary Tables :

User Fees Reporting

Template A - User Fees (User Fees Act)

User fee: Fees charged for the processing of requests filed under the Access to Information Act (AIA)

Fee type: Other products and services (O)

Fee-setting authority: Access to Information Act

Year last modified: 1992

Performance standards: A response is to be provided within 30 days following receipt of a request. The response time may be extended pursuant to Section 9 of the AIA. Notice of extension is to be provided within 30 days after receipt of the request

Performance results: Of the 40 AIA requests received in 2012-13 and carried over from 2011-12, 92.5 per cent were completed during the reporting year. SWC was able to respond in 30 days in 38 per cent of the completed cases. Responding time for the remaining cases was:

  • 38 per cent within 31-60 days
  • 8 per cent within 61-120 days
  • 16 per cent within 121 days or more

This table shows fees charged for, revenue from, and the agency’s service standards and performance in handling access to information requests for 2012-13 under the Access to Information Act.

($ dollars)
11. Planning years
($ dollars)
Forecast revenue Actual revenue Full cost Fiscal year Forecast revenue Estimated full cost
300.00 165.00 185,180.00 2013-14 300 195,000
2014-15 300 195,000
2015-16 300 195,000

14. Other information:

[Note: According to prevailing legal opinion, when the corresponding fee introduction or most recent modification occurred prior to March 31, 2004:

  • the performance standard, if provided, would not have received parliamentary review;
  • the performance standard, if provided, may not respect all established requirements under the User Fees Act (e.g., international comparison or independent complaint address); and
  • the performance result, if provided, is not legally subject to section 5.1 of the User Fees Act regarding fee reductions for unachieved performance.]