13. (1) If an allegation is made against an employee, the Commission shall, in writing with reasons for its decision, inform the person who made the allegation, the employee and the deputy head of the organization that employs that employee as to whether the allegation is substantiated and of any corrective action that the Commission considers appropriate to be taken or of its decision to dismiss the employee.
(2) If an allegation is made against a deputy head, the Commission shall, in writing with reasons for its decision, inform the person who made the allegation, that deputy head and the Clerk of the Privy Council as to whether the allegation is substantiated.
Disclosure of Information
14. (1) The Commission may disclose personal information obtained in the conduct of an investigation under section 118 or 119 of the Act if the disclosure would
(a) promote political impartiality in the public service;
(b) promote accountability;
(c) ensure that action is taken to correct improper political activity on the part of employees or deputy heads or prevent the recurrence of such activity; or
(d) encourage the adoption or continuance of proper practices regarding political activity on the part of employees or deputy heads.
(2) Prior to a disclosure under subsection (1) that could infringe privacy interests, the Commission shall consider whether the public interest in disclosure outweighs those privacy interests.
COMING INTO FORCE
Return to footnote *[Note: Regulations in force December 31, 2005, see SI/2005-122.]
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