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The Government of Saskatchewan is committed to maintaining high standards of professional values, ethics, and integrity in the public service.  It is also committed to protecting public interest, accountability and trust.

The Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) was proclaimed in September 2011, to protect Government of Saskatchewan employees who disclose wrongdoings that occurred in their workplace that relate to public interest.

PIDA applies to all employees of provincial ministries, Crown corporations, as well as a large number of other government agencies, boards and commissions.  These organizations are set out in The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Regulations.

PIDA defines a wrongdoing and explains the process of disclosures, and protections to those who disclose.

The links below include additional information that may help you learn more about Public Interest Disclosures:

Here you will find an interpretation of the key PIDA concepts, a list of designated officers, disclosure and complaint of reprisal forms, information on how to make a disclosure and several other resources.

You will find our PIDA Designated Officer’s Toolkit, links to the legislation and others forms here.

Effective September 1, 2011.

Effective September 1, 2011.



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