The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) sought to develop a National Animal Health Science Agenda (AHSA) that would establish strategic direction for animal health science in Canada, leveraging the resources of Canada’s expertise across disciplines and regions. TDV was contracted to initiate a Strategic Foresight planning process with active participation from the Canadian animal health science community, which focused on animal health science needs twenty years into the future. Building off the Strategic Foresight initiative, a Working Group on Future Animal Health Science (led by the CFIA and secretarially supported by TDV) was established to develop the National AHSA through regional consultations at each of Canada’s five Veterinary Colleges to engage animal health science stakeholders (universities and colleges, provincial governments, related industry, etc.) in an open consensus building process.
The Government of Canada, through the Privy Council Office, sought to input form 26 federal government departments and agencies on the newly developed Government Directive on Regulating (GD-R). TDV led a workshop of 170 key regulatory stakeholders across government that focused on identifying and assessing the strengths and weaknesses the current regulatory policy; creating policy consistency across all components of the GD-R and identifying key issues and potential solutions for its the implementation.
Public Safety Canada, in consultation with the F/P/T Preparedness Working Group, and the Senior Officials Responsible for Emergency Management (SOREM), sought to support the establishment of a National Emergency Management Best Practices and Lessons Learned System throughout Canadian emergency management communities. TDV designed and delivered a three-day forum and working session focused on the open sharing of information and the development of a culture/structure for progressing Canada’s emergency management system through continuous improvement practices.
and improving the quality and capacity of existing knowledge management systems.
TDV Global has undertaken over 50 evaluations for Canadian federal government departments and UN agencies. Our evaluation work is complemented by our performance management work that has included a range of services to federal government departments, regional organizations, and not-for-profit organizations. Our consultants have extensive experience in results-based management, outcome mapping, contribution analysis, theory of change and other methods. Some recent work has included:
Some interesting performance management assignments have included: