FedNor Public Engagement in Planning, Programming and Monitoring. October 16, 2006. FedNor encourages public input in its policy and program development, and its delivery of programs. Public Engagement. Major re-engineering of FedNor, 1995-96
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Public Engagement in Planning, Programming and Monitoring
October 16, 2006
FedNor encourages public input in its policy and program development, and its delivery of programs.Public Engagement
Major re-engineering of FedNor, 1995-96 development, and its delivery of programs.
Major consultations/conference with stakeholders led to movement away from direct support for business to more support for community-based initiatives
Citizen Engagement Process, 2002
Series of regional consultations
Northern Ontario Citizen Engagement Forum
Led to an Action Plan to pursue economic prosperity and increased opportunities for youthMajor Stakeholder Consultations
Focused consultations conducted as required development, and its delivery of programs.
Related to particular issue, economic sectors or target populations
Assist in consideration of new programming or development approaches
Access to Capital
Official Languages Minority Communities (francophones)
YouthAd-Hoc Focused Consultations
Minister consults with local stakeholders when on tour development, and its delivery of programs.
Holds roundtable sessions to gain insight into community or stakeholder issues and feedback on effectiveness of programsMinister Consultations
Client feedback a key tool in assessing FedNor programs development, and its delivery of programs.
In depth interviews with outside experts
Stakeholder participation on evaluation
Implement process to enhance service to clients
Second survey indicated improved service, 2005Service Improvement
Community Futures Development Corporations are governed by local volunteer boards who develop strategic plans and approve all investments
Ontario Association of Community Futures Development Corporations and seven CFDC regional networks
Identify and advocate CFDC needs to FedNor
Share information and best practices
FedNor staff involvement
Attend CFDC board of directors meetings, network meetings and provincial & national conferencesCommunity Futures