National Tenant Satisfaction Survey (NTSS)

Summary of changes

Activity on this program started: 2001

Reference period of change - 2010

The federal government departments and agencies which chose not to participate in the survey were Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Revenue Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and Human Resources and Social Development Canada.

Reference period of change - 2008

The federal government departments and agencies which chose not to participate in the survey were Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

Reference period of change - 2006

The federal government departments and agencies which chose not to participate in the survey were Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Revenue Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and Human Resources and Social Development Canada.

Reference period of change - 2004

The federal government departments and agencies which chose not to participate in the survey were Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Revenue Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and Human Resources Development Canada.

Reference period of change - 2002-2003

The federal government departments and agencies which chose not to participate in the survey were Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, and Human Resources Development Canada.

Target population - Starting with the 2002-2003 reference period, employees in buildings which were expected to have fewer than 100 federal government employees were specifically excluded from the survey's coverage.

Reference period of change - 2001-2002

The federal government departments and agencies which chose not to participate in the survey were Canada Customs and Revenue Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Department of National Defence, National Film Board of Canada, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Target population - Employees in buildings which were expected to have fewer than 10 federal government employees were specifically excluded from the survey's coverage.

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