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Government of Canada Human Resource Management System (Oracle PeopleSoft Enterprise application), version 8.9

Introduction

On February 25, 2008, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and Canadian Food Inspection Agency (AAFC-CFIA) began the process of upgrading the current PeopleSoft instance of the Government of Canada Human Resources Management System (GC HRMS) v8.9. The launch of the most current module took place in September 2009 and completed this phase of implementation.

The upgrade includes a move to a more current version from the previous GC HRMS 8.0 release. AAFC-CFIA has implemented a number of the core modules delivered by Oracle and the GC HRMS Program Centre. In addition to enhancing that functionality from within the 8.0 version, the scope of this upgrade includes the release of new functionality not previously utilized at AAFC and includes Health and Safety, ePayCard, ePerformance and Recruiting/Staffing modules. Customizations have been introduced to ensure that the application can meet business requirements.

Objective

A Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) of the PeopleSoft GC HRMS v.8.9 was conducted to determine if there were any privacy issues, and if so, to make recommendations for their resolution or mitigation.

Description

The scope of the PIA was limited to the GC HRMS v.8.9 as customised by AAFC. The PIA focused on the assessment of personal information collected, used, disclosed and retained in the GC GRMS v.8.9 system.

The Employee Standard Personal Information Banks (PIBs) which are applicable to the information stored within the GC HRMS implemented at AAFC are indicated below.

These PIBs outline the details regarding the personal information collected under the PeopleSoft GC HRMS v.8.9, including the purpose, use, retention and disposal standards. Full descriptions of these information banks can be found at the Info Source website.

Conclusion

As a result of the PIA, measures have been determined to mitigate any risks associated with the collection of personal information. These include: limited retention, consistent notices at point of collection and safeguards to secure the personal information.

For further information please contact:

Access to Information and Privacy
Tower 4, 5th Floor
1341 Baseline Road, Room 264
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0C5
Telephone: 613-773-1390
Facsimile: 613-773-1380
Email: aafc.atip-aiprp.aac@canada.ca

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