Planning & reporting for public sector organizations

Last updated on September 18, 2023

Public sector organizations operate under varying levels of government oversight, depending on how they’re defined, funded and the types of services they provide.

Public sector organizations and government work together to plan and communicate their business with tools like mandate letters, service plans and annual reports.

All public sector organizations are accountable for specific financial and reporting requirements:

Mandate reviews

Periodic mandate reviews  help ensure the operations of public sector organizations align with public policy objectives.

Compensation reporting

The Public Sector Employers’ Council (PSEC Secretariat) was established to oversee the Province’s strategic coordination of labour relations, total compensation planning and human resource management across the broader public sector.

To view or submit compensation reports to PSEC Secretariat:

Logon to the Reporting Database

For information on compensation reporting contact the Public Sector Employers' Council Secretariat.


Many financial and reporting requirements for public sector organizations are defined by: