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== Overview of ESA Initiatives==
The following sub-pages outlines the ESA initiatives that we are currently in the process of implementing.
These initiatives support the GC's [https://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat/topics/information-technology-project-management/information-technology/strategic-plan-information-management-information-technology.html Strategic Plan for Information Management and Information Technology 2017-2021].  This strategic plan sets information, data and technology direction for the GC and identifies enterprise-wide priorities and key activities for departments, agencies and service provider organizations for the next four years.
Four strategic areas of action will achieve these goals over the next four years and beyond. Each area of focus—Service, Manage, Secure, and Community—details specific actions and activities that are underway or that represent new enterprise directions.
* Service focuses on building and evolving IM-IT foundational elements, including processes, practices and infrastructure, to enable implementation of current capabilities, technologies and solutions.
* Manage addresses how the management and governance of IM-IT across government ensure that IM-IT investments take advantage of economies of scale, demonstrate value and are sustainable.
* Secure focuses on safeguarding sensitive government data and ensuring that Canadians who access online services can trust the government with their personal information.
* Community focuses on building a high-performing IM-IT workforce that has the skills and mindset needed to work effectively in an open digital environment and ensuring that public service employees have a modern workplace, professional development and the IM-IT tools they need to do their jobs.
While the ESA program supports activities across these four strategic areas, its primary focus is on delivering on actions under the [https://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat/services/information-technology/strategic-plan-2017-2021.html#toc8-3 '''SECURE'''] pillar.

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