Communications Interoperability Action Plan Tasks, Sub-Tasks and Deliverables 2013-2014

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  1. The purpose of this Communications Interoperability Action Plan is to articulate the specific tasks assigned to each action item derived from the Communications Interoperability Strategy for Canada (CISC), including those items carried forward from the previous version of the 2012 Action Plan, the last Federal, Provincial, Territorial (F/P/T) Interoperability Sub-Working Group (IWG) meeting in Toronto, Ontario December 2012 and the Canadian Communications Interoperability Plan Working Group's last meeting in Windsor in September 2010. The Action Plan integrates related interoperability initiatives within the public safety community used in the compendium of day-to-day to extreme operations, thereby enhancing the safety of emergency personnel and improved efficacy for the emergency management community. Each designated task is assigned a coordinator, deliverable(s) and a prospective timeline.

    The F/P/T IWG is based on the membership of F/P/T interoperability coordinators. In addition, there are representatives/liaisons from federal departments, the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police, the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs, Emergency Medical Services Chiefs of Canada, the Canadian Interoperability Technology Interest Group and non-voting members from other government departments, municipalities, academia and industry. Additional representation at meetings may be invited by the co-chairs to achieve a balanced representation of expertise and perspectives, in order to fully represent issues being discussed.

    Members of the working group will provide the F/P/T IWG with a link to other F/P/T and international interoperability groups, act as a resource body to F/P/T agencies in their achievement of voice/data communications interoperability and provide policy and operational perspective to jurisdictional specific working groups on communications interoperability.

    The mandate of the F/P/T IWG is to set goals and identify key national priorities to enhance governance, planning, technology, training and exercises to promote national and bilateral interoperable voice and data communications.

  2. Action items are directly linked to the Strategic Objectives laid out in the CISC:
    • Governance: The development of supportive and responsive governance architecture at the national and bi-lateral level;
    • Standard Operating Procedures: The development of harmonized standardized operational procedures, information exchange models and protocols;
    • Technology: Promote and support the ongoing and future development of a national emergency communications based on common user requirements, open standards and a system of systems approach. Develop a public safety controlled mobile broadband communications network expected to operate in the 700 megahertz (MHz) band;
    • Training and Exercises: The continued evolution of multi-faceted and cross-jurisdictional education, training, exercise and evaluation programs; and
    • Usage: The daily use of present and future communication and information system(s) including all further development and evolution.
  3. The specific timelines established for each action item will be reviewed by the F/P/T IWG and approved by Senior Officials Responsible for Emergency Management (SOREM) during its cyclical review of the Action Plan. Any requirement for reprioritization will be addressed through SOREM and incorporated via the annual version of this evergreen process.
  4. The organization or agency initially identified as the coordinator for each action item is the primary or lead for that issue. Through discussion and approval via the F/P/T IWG, additional organizations have been identified as those who are in direct support to, or directly linked with, the specific item.
  5. This document guides the development of complimentary and supportive action plans for each of the identified action items. This concurrent planning activity will facilitate the coherency of multi-jurisdictional efforts in the move towards the desired interoperability end state.
  6. These action items complete with tasks, deliverables and timelines will be prioritized annually by the F/P/T IWG and subsequently approved by SOREM.
Action Items

Action Items

Task

Sub-Task

Coordinators

Deliverable

Tracked Source

Timeline

Canada Governance

1. Develop and share F/P/T Interoperability Plans & Roadmaps (3-5 years forecast on specific lines of operation/ development) 1. Develop/refine P/T interoperability plan framework a. Conduct interoperability self-assessment. Self-assessment should be reviewed and confirmed on a regular period

PS IDO/FPT IWG

 

CCIP Goal 6

2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

2. Maintain proactive communication of  interoperability and the Communications Interoperability Action Plan 1. Develop strategic communication plan supportive of National Strategy a. Develop strategic communications plan for: (1) Policy Makers and IM/IT practitioners (2) Decision makers (for voting WG representatives) (3) Public (4) Emergency Responders

PS IDO/CITIG
P/T

A strategic communications plan that informs and educates senior F/P/T organizations, interested agencies and the public on issues of interoperability

CCIP Goal 2
F/P/T IWG Meeting 8 Dec 2011

2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

3. Review and update the Communications Interoperability Strategy for Canada

 

 

PS IDO/FPT IWG

Communications Interoperability Strategy for 2014 approved by SOREM

 

Dec 2014

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

4. Shape common interoperability environment for voice and data communication

 

a. Implement  a Change Management Process (CMP) for Canadian Emergency Management Communications Specifications (CEMCS)

PS IDO / CSS

Usage of the approved CMP to publish CAP-CP 1.0 . A web site will be established to house CAP-CP and other CEMCS documents managed under the CMP

 

Oct 2013

Future Communication Systems

5. Develop a 700 MHz spectrum national implementation strategy and program for public safety use 1. Develop the governance structure for the National Public Safety Broadband Network

Form a 5 person Governance Working Group

FPT IWG

Develop the Not-for-Profit Corporation framework
Define the Board of Directors composition and selection process
Define the appropriate legal framework to support the Corporation

700 MHz PMT and DRDC CSS  Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP)

Oct 2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Develop the business case in support of the governance model

a. Develop the market sounding report

FPT IWG / P3 Canada

Business and funding model identified

700 MHz PMT and DRDC CSS' CSSP

Apr 2013

b. Develop the financial feasibility study

FPT IWG / P3 Canada

 

3. Develop SOPs and Training

Develop a template  for SOPs
Articulate an exercise and training framework

FPT IWG

Exercise and SOPs framework distributed for implementation

700 MHz PMT and DRDC CSS' CSSP

Mar 2014

 

4. Establish a center to conduct tests, evaluations and research on communications technologies (e.g., CIRTEC, PSCR (Boulder, CO) a. Develop national voice/data testing methods for use by F/P/T, interoperability community, including municipalities, industry and associations

 

DRDC CSS

National communications testing modality that supports interoperability evaluation and validation

DRDC CSS' CSSP

Dec 2013

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

5. Define the National Public Safety Broadband Network architecture

 

DRDC CSS

Technical document detailing the network architecture incl the delineation between the national and regional levels

DRDC CSS' CSSP

Apr 2013

 

6. Establish the network and information security requirements

 

DRDC CSS

Security framework to include a risks and threats assessment

DRDC CSS' CSSP

Oct 2013

 

7. Establish a set of minimum interoperability standards

 

DRDC CSS

Minimum set of interoperability standards adopted

DRDC CSS' CSSP

Apr 2013

 

8. Prepare the technical sections of the reference RFI

 

DRDC CSS

Technical RFI developed and published

 

June 2013

 

9. Establish pilot programs

 

PS IDO (PMT)

 

DRDC CSS' CSSP

Oct 2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

6. Support national implementation of MASAS 1. Operationalization of MASAS National Information Exchanges (MASAS-X) and transition to self-sustainable business model

 

CSS/PS IDO

 

CSS MASAS Operationalization Task Group

2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Technical support to FPT and participating vendor system(s), basic tools and data aggregation (hub) architecture

 

CSS

 

CSS MASAS Development Task Group

Mar 2013

 

3. Define the national geographic information system and emergency management information sharing architecture

 

CSS/PS IDO/NRCan

Functional and interoperable geographic information system

CSS MASAS Operationalization Task Group

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

4. Produce the "as is" architecture that identifies those national information sharing tools that are currently operational and relevant to emergency management

 

CSS/PS IDO

 

CSS MASAS Operationalization Task Group

Dec 2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

5. Develop target architecture

 

CSS

 

CSS MASAS Operationalization Task Group

Dec 2013

 

6. Develop effective and scalable information exchange SOPs and best practices for local, regional, P/T emergency responder agencies a. Identify communications interoperability best practices at the P/T level

CSS

Compendium of information exchange SOPs and best practices for review and integration by stakeholders

CCIP Goal 4 – CCIP Annex E Action Plan 6 CCIP Annex F Action Plan 7 –

Ongoing
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

7. Support development and implementation of an Operations Center Information Portal (OCIP) complete with integrated MASAS interface and accessible to all Canadian EM government agencies

 

 

GOC/CSS

Operational OCIP
MASAS module for OCIP

 

Ongoing
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

8. Establish a High Resilience Environment (HRE) for supporting critical-to-EM tools such as MASAS and OCIP. Accommodated in a government-owned and controlled high-resilience secure data center

 

CSS technical coordination lead with initial partners from PS/GOC, HC, PWGSC, and NSS

HRE at Shared Services Canada (site 1); Environment Canada Met Center (site 2); Simon Fraser University Network Center for Emergency Management Operations (site 3)

 

Site 1: Jan 2013
Site 2: Apr 2013
Site 3: Nov 2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

9. Transition implementation to an operational capability of national decision supporting capabilities each with interoperable interface to MASAS:

- Long Range Weather Forecast

 

CSS technical lead coordinator with following partners from:
NRCan (HAZUS), Environment Canada (Weather), PS/GOC

 

 

Nov 2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

10. Promote MASAS-X to regional F/T emergency management stakeholders through coordination with the Arctic Security Working Group (ASWG) and the Northern Communications and Information Systems Working Group (NCIS WG)

a. Identify opportunities to promote MASAS-X through emergency exercises including tabletop, functional and/or live exercises.
b. Support CITIG and the SOREM F/P/T Interoperability WG
c. Support PS IDO
d. Support ASWG

NCIS WG Executive Committee / PS IDO

NCIS WG to support through biannual meetings

NCIS WG Portal

Ongoing

7. Support the adoption of data exchange standards/ models 1. Educate stakeholders on the national and international data exchange standards

 

PS CIOD

 

PS

Ongoing
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Advocacy of National Information Exchange Model (NIEM)

Advice, guidance, training and briefings about NIEM to the Canadian information sharing user community

PS CIOD

 

 

Ongoing

 

3. Support emergency management departments and agencies in the management and adoption of these standards

 

PS CIOD

 

PS

Ongoing
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

8. Support implementation of the National Public Alerting System (NPAS) 1. Support SOREM F/P/T Public Alerting Sub Working Group

 

PS IDO/MB

Chairing/Secretariat support for bimonthly meetings

 

Ongoing
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Develop alert Common Look and Feel (CLF) guidelines

 

MB/PS IDO

CLF policy and requirements for the National Public Alerting System

CSS Tiger Team CLF project technical recommendations – February 2013

 

Ongoing
First guidelines document to be complete by Apr 2013
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

3. Expansion of public alerting to wireless devices

 

 

IC/CSS/PS IDO

Workplan, reference model and technical specification for wireless alerting gateway.  Includes a planning workshop with industry and FPT stakeholders in  summer 2013.
Preliminary FPT issuer requirements necessary for the development of technical protocols /standards, by June 2013.

CSSP Wireless Public Alerting Project Number CSSP-2012-TI-1063

Ongoing 2012-2016
Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

 

Jun 2013

 

 

 

 

 

 

Develop prototype wireless alerting gateway for NAAD System alert feed in 2013-15 (funding dependent).
Lab and field test a pilot wireless alerting system in partnership with regional public alerting agencies in 2014-16 (funding dependent), with the objective of demonstrating the feasibility of wireless (cell phone) alerting.
Validate public safety operational requirements for a wireless (cell phone) public alerting capability.
Produce a recommended transition strategy for Canadian wireless
public alerting implementation in 2016. 

 

2013-2015

 

2014-2016

Social Media

9. Support development of social media activities related to emergency management 1. Capture knowledge and best practices on social media for EM 

 

a. Explore availability, and if nonexistent, plan and execute development of an online training module for EOCs and first responder agencies, on "Best Practices for Filtering and Exploiting SM Feeds for use in Decision-Supporting Environments”

PS/CSS/CITIG

Tutorial module (~ 1 hour) to provide knowledge from experienced Social Media EM practitioner/organizers (Ushahidi, Crisis Commons etc) using professionally packaged multi-media format material delivered through a web site or packaged on a CD/USB Target audience:  EOC and responder agency Social Media EM analysts

 

Aug 2013

 

 

b. Identify public safety and EM open data resources from public, NGO, academic and private sector sources that can help Canadians better mitigate, prepare for, respond to and recover from emergency incidents

PS IDO

Research report that includes: a) inventory of public safety / EM open data sources; b)  recommendations on an IT/IM approach to best aggregate this data for public consumption and to spur innovation with Web 2.0 and social media  c) Three case studies on usage of social media for EM, at least one of which will focus on a cross-border emergency event

 

Mar 2013

10. Host Second National Social Media for Emergency Management Workshop

 

a. Take the results of the first national summit, combine its recommendations with the current Action Plan and bring together SMEM practitioners from across Canada to a hosted workshop. Workshop goal is to develop further action plan items for discussion at the 2013 SOREM IWG face to face meeting.

Yukon Government– Protective Services, CITIG and Canadian Red Cross

Detailed Summit report containing clear next steps and tasks designed to further this Action Plan

 

Nov 2013

Canada's Northern Strategy

11. Align Canada's Communications Interoperability Action Plan for Canada and Canada's Northern Strategy 1. Coordinate with northern partners to ensure priorities are reflected in the Communications Interoperability Action Plan for Canada a. Formalize linkages between the PS Arctic Regional Office, the Arctic Security Working Group, the Northern Communications Information Systems Working Group and the F/P/T IWG

 

PS Arctic Regional Office
Arctic Security Working Group (ASWG)
Northern Communication & Information Systems Working Group Co-Chair
F/P/T IWG

Provide northern voice on pan territorial communications realities and issues
Comprehensive Arctic Communications Strategy
Opportunities are identified for Yukon/Alaska cross border interoperability activities

Portals

Ongoing

 

Mar 2014

 

Ongoing

Canada – United States Governance

12. Maintain bilateral governance protocols 1. Identification (i.e., via a look-up table/ directory)and engagement of cross-border interoperability champions/groups (provincial/state/federal level)

 

PS IDO/DHS OEC

Named national champions for cross border interoperability

Windsor Report Pt 8
CANUS NIEM Governance agreement
CANUS CIWG Work Plan for 2012/2013

2013
Carried forward from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Province/State relationships to identify cross-border interoperability efforts

 

PS IDO

P/Ts to deliver information to the Canada-U.S. Communications Interoperability Work Plan

CANUS CIWG Work Plan for 2012/2013

Ongoing

Future Communication Systems

13. Enhance bilateral communications in the safety and security forums

 

1. Develop a stakeholder information and asset exchange matrix

 

 

PS IDO/DHS OEC

CANUS border-related stakeholder information and asset inventory

CANUS CIWG Work Plan

Dec 2013

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Begin formal identification of cross-border interoperability channels available border-wide

 

 

PS IDO/DHS OEC

Compendium of available border voice/data channels

CAN US CIWG Work Plan

2012-Ongoing

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

3. Resolve restrictions that prohibit sharing of frequencies, personnel and resources across state, provincial, and national boundaries

 

 

(PS IDO & IC) /(DHS OEC & FAA)

Operational freedom amongst CANUS safety and security practitioners

CANUS CIWG Work Plan

2012-Ongoing

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

Training and Exercises

14. Integration or Synchronization of education, training, and exercise plans

 

1. Develop an integrated training and exercise calendar involving communications (voice) interoperability at the F/P/T/M level

 

 

PS/CSS

Calendar of educational opportunities, training activities, and exercise programs at the F/P/T/M level to allow stakeholders to maximize their preparedness and confirm required interoperability

 

2013

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

15. The establishment of common communications interoperability evaluation standards

 

1. Develop assessment and evaluation criteria for communication interoperability standards and SOPs

 

 

PS IDO/CSS/BC

TOR and evaluation/assessment parameters for this capability

CSS 700 MHz National Architecture Implementation Task Group

2013

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

2. Develop assessment and evaluation plan templates for use at the F/P/T level

 

 

PS IDO/CSS/BC

Assessment and Evaluation Methodology and Plan

 

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

3. Implement assessment and evaluation program at F/P/T/M level

 

 

PS IDO/CSS/BC

Baseline assessments at F/P/T level to validate SOPs, best practices, and provide observations and lessons learned emergency response community

 

Carried over from 2012 Action Plan

 

Completed 2012-2013 Action Items

Completed 2012-2013 Action Items

Action Items

Task

Sub-Task

Coordinators

Deliverable

Tracked Source

Timeline

Status

Canada Governance

2) Maintain proactive communication of interoperability and the Communications Interoperability Action Plan

 

b. Maintain a web presence for interoperability best practices and tools for data

PS CIOD

Collection of tools, white papers, architecture, artifacts and standards information

 

Mar 2012

Complete –IDO SharePoint site

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

4) Shape common interoperability environment for voice and data communication

 

Develop a Change Management Process (CMP) for Canadian Emergency Management Communications Specifications

PS IDO / CSS

A CMP process document that can be used to manage communication specifications of national interest, including CAP-CP

 

Jun 2012

CSS funded Project launched with Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) to provide advice and serve as pseudo-auditor of first CMP usage with CAP-CP 1.0 and establishment of a GoCweb site to host CAP-CP / CEMCS documents. Next steps will be application of approved CMP for publication of CAP-CP 1.0. This will include a project with the Canadian General Standards Board serving as pseudo-auditor of this first usage of CMP, and advice on the establishment of a GoC website resource to host CAP-CP documents

Future Communication Systems

5) Support national implementation of MASAS

Develop effective and scalable information exchange SOPs and best practices for local, regional, P/T emergency responder agencies

a) Identify communications interoperability best practices at the P/T level

CSS

Compendium of information exchange SOPs and best practices for review and integration by stakeholders

CCIP Goal 4 – CCIP Annex E Action Plan 6 CCIP Annex F Action Plan 7

Aug 2012

Initial deliverables complete - CSS published a version 1.0 on MASAS site and were looking at an online forum for all stakeholders, including municipalities, to support

Canada – United States Governance

9) Maintain bilateral governance protocols

2. Implement bilateral interoperability mandate between Public Safety Canada and the Department of Homeland Security

 

 

PS/DHS
CANUS CIO WGs and NIEM, ISE
CSS/DHS S&T

Bi-lateral mandates that facilitate cross border operations

Windsor Report Pt 3
NIEM Governance agreement

2012-ongoing
Carried forward from 2011 Action Plan

Complete – reflected in the Canada-United States Communications Interoperability Working Group Work Plan

 

3. Develop MOU/MOA to eliminate legal impediments to cross-border sharing of communications and information

 

PS/DHS

 

 

CSS/FEMA

PS/FEMA

A MOU/MOA that eliminates legal impediments that limits cross-border information sharing and communications
IPAWS-MASAS Agreement (Developmental use)
IPAWS-MASAS (Operational Use)

Windsor Report Pt 10

CSS-MASAS National Implementation Team

2012
Carried forward from 2011 Action Plan

 

Feb 2012

Complete – reflected in the Canada-United States Communications Interoperability Working Group Work Plan

 

4. Develop bilateral interoperability protocols at CANUS, state/provincial levels

 

 

PS

Compendium of interoperability procedures currently in between province/state and local/local use during all bilateral operations

 

Dec 2012

 

 

5. Draft model MOU for routine cross-border use of the licensed spectrum

 

 

PS/CSS &
DHS/PSCR &/or NPSTC

MOU that facilitates cross-border communications and information exchange

CSS 700 MHz National Architecture Implementation Task Group

2014

Complete – reflected in the Canada-United States Communications Interoperability Working Group Work Plan

10. Establish CANUS Border Communication Procedures

 

1. Develop standardized bilateral communications SOPs for normal and disaster/emergency operations

 

 

CSS/PS IDO

Flexible, robust and effective operating procedures that increases the efficacy of bilateral safety and security operations

CSS 700 MHz National Architecture Implementation Task Group

Dec 2012

Complete – reflected in the Canada-United States Communications Interoperability Working Group Work Plan

Future Communications Systems

11. Enhance Science and Technology Interoperability Collaboration 1. Develop through the Enhanced Resiliency Experimentation Program (aka CAUSE Resiliency) a CANUS Border Region Interoperability Technology Demonstration Series (CBRITD Series)

NRCan EQ alert feed integration

CANUS CAP alert exchange interface.

A) Execute CAUSE Resiliency 1;
B) Video & Report

CNPHI – MASAS Pilot

Execute Regional Experiment

 

PS/CSS and DHS S&T

Mandate, concept of operations and terms of reference for A) “CBIRTD series” and for

B) “Interoperable EM/EOC Series”

CAUSE Resiliency (West Coast) - report and videos

 

CAUSE Resilience (Pandemic)

PS Data Input

Jun 2012

 

A) Jun 2011

B) Apr 2012

 

Dec 2012

Complete – reflected in the Canada-United States Communications Interoperability Working Group Work Plan

 

 

 

PS/CSS and DHS S&T

Guidance on project deliverables expected from the CBRITD Series program

 

 

 

 

 

 

PS/CSS and DHS S&T

Multi-year forecast of CBRITD Series locations, potential Series themes and sponsors

 

2012 - Ongoing

 

 

 

 

PS/CSS and DHS S&T

CBRITD Series resource requirement and allocation program

 

May require bridging to mesh with Canada's business cycle

 

 

Acronyms

ASWG
Arctic Security Working Group
CANUS
Canada-United States
CAP-CP
Common Alerting Protocol – Canadian Profile
CAUSE
Canada-United States Enhances Resiliency Experiment
CBRITD
CANUS Border Region Interoperability Technology Demonstration
CCIP
Canadian Communications Interoperability Plan
CEMCS
Canadian Emergency Management Communications Specifications
CIOD
Chief Information Officer Directorate
CIRTEC
Communications Interoperability Research, Test & Evaluation Centre
CITIG
Canadian Interoperability Technical Interest Group
CLF
Common Look and Feel
CMP
Change Management Process
CRC
Communications Research Centre
CSS
Centre for Security Science
DHS
Department of Homeland Security
DND
Department of National Defense
DRDC
Defense Research and Development Canada
EC
Environment Canada
EM
Emergency Management
EMBC
Emergency Management British Columbia
EMSI
Emergency Management Systems and Interoperability
EOC
Emergency Operations Centre
EQ
Earthquake
FEMA
Federal Emergency Management Agency
FOC
Full Operational Capability
F/P/T/M
Federal/Provincial/Territorial/Municipal
GIS
Geographic Information System
GOC
Government Operations Centre
HAZUS
Hazards United States
HC
Health Canada
HRE
High Resilience Environment
IC
Industry Canada
ICOE
Interoperability Centre of Excellence
ICS/IMS
Incident Command System/Incident Management System
IDO
Interoperability Development Office
IER
Information Exchange Requirements
IOC
Initial Operational Capability
IPAWS
Integrated Public Alert and Warning System
ISE
Information Sharing Environment
MASAS
Multi-Agency Situational Awareness System
MB
Manitoba
MIP
Master Implementation Plan
MOA
Memorandum of Agreement
MOU
Memorandum of Understanding
NAADS
National Alert Aggregation and Dissemination System
NPAS
National Public Alerting System
NB
New Brunswick
NDQS
National Data Quality Standards
NIEM
National Information Exchange Model
NPAS
National Public Alerting System
NPSTC
National Public Safety Telecommunications Counsel
NRCAN
Natural Resources Canada
NSS
National Search and Rescue Secretariat
OCIP
Operations Center Interconnectivity Portal
ON
Ontario
PM
Project Management
PMO
Project Management Office
PMT
700 MHz Project Management Team
PS
Public Safety Canada
PSCR
Public Safety Communications Research program
PWGSC
Public Works and Government Services Canada
RCMP
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
S&T
Science and Technology
SCONSAD
Standing Committee on National Security and Defence
SOREM
Senior Officials Responsible for Emergency Management
SOPs
Standard Operating Procedures
SOR(s)
Statement of Requirement
TBS
Treasury Board Secretariat
TBC
To Be Confirmed
TBD
To Be Determined
TBS
Treasury Board Secretariat
TC
Transport Canada
TOR(s)
Terms of Reference
WG
Working Group
WRT
With respect to/ With regards to
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