Privacy Impact Assessment
A Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is a process that helps departments and agencies determine whether new technologies, information systems and initiatives or proposed programs and policies meet basic privacy requirements. It also assists government organizations to anticipate the public's reaction to any privacy implications of a proposal and as a result, could prevent costly program, service, or process redesign.
- Summary of Finance Canada’s Privacy Impact Assessment of the Venture Capital Action Plan (June 2013)
- Summary of Finance Canada’s Privacy Impact Assessment Of the University Recruitment Program (December 2010)
- Summary of Finance Canada's Privacy Impact Assessment of the Conflict of Interest Code for Departmental Personnel (May 2009)