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Treasury Board Fiscal & Ministry Business Plan Decision Model

The Treasury Board, after discussing issues with the Minister, sets the 3-year financial targets for Ministry business plans, within the fiscal guidelines approved by Cabinet and Caucus. The Minister takes the draft business plan to the appropriate Standing Policy Committee for review, and the Committee's recommendations are sent to Cabinet for approval. Business plans are finalized by Ministries and consolidated into the Government business plan by Treasury Board. Cabinet and Caucus give overall ratification to the fiscal plan and Government business plan.

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