Public sector compensation: disclosure reports
Disclosure reports detail names and compensation of anyone paid over $100,000 by a public sector body. This collection brings together compensation reports from all public sector bodies.
Public sector bodies have to report the names and compensation of anyone paid over $100,000 during the fiscal year.
Public sector bodies include:
- members of the Government Reporting Entity (GRE)
- entities designated by regulation (for example, post-secondary institutions)
- certain not-for-profit organizations
If a Government Reporting Entity is inactive, they no longer have a budget associated with the entity and do not have compensation to disclose.