ARCHIVED - 7. Looking Forward
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We understand our challenges: responding to increasing and evolving service demands; adapting ourselves in a changing and complex environment; providing a great workplace to our personnel; and managing our capital intensive assets in an appropriate manner. We have also enjoyed solid relationships with our internal and external clients, and are focusing on trying to better understand their particular needs and provide them with the best service possible.
Through 2006-2007, Fleet has made significant improvements to its planning and budgeting processes. As part of what it means to be a national maritime service organization, we will continue to focus on a full suite of management practices improvements, in effect operationalizing what it truly means to be an Agency.
We believe that we are well on our way to incorporating the recommendations of the Auditor General’s report and the internal A-Base Review. In addition, Fleet has established performance measures to regularly assess its safety and security, effectiveness, and efficiency.
Fleet is proud to be part of the national institution that is the CCG and we look forward to meeting, and exceeding, clients’ needs and expectations in the years to come. We recognize that our role as Canada’s operationally ready civilian maritime service provider has never been more important, or more demanding. Again, we would like to stress the importance of our people, both ashore and afloat, who have dedicated themselves to serving our clients and Canadians.
Should you have comments or observations regarding this first Fleet Annual Report, you are encouraged to contact any of the persons named in Section 8. We welcome your suggestions for improvement.
Fast Rescue Craft at night
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