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July 22nd, 2013
July 22nd, 2013

NOTICE: iCase and Peoplesoft Reconciliation Initiative Now at DOJ

On July 12, 2013, the AJC was informed for the first time of the Department of Justice's decision to implement a leave reconciliation process to account for discrepancies identified in the course of an internal audit dating back to 2007-2008 to 2012-2013.  This follows a similar exercise that was initiated by Public Prosecution Services Canada a few months ago, which is still in progress.  

The DOJ has informed the AJC of the following in relation to its reconciliation initiative that it launched on the same date:
- it is not questioning the integrity of its employees;  
- managers will talk to employees and give them the information they need to address discrepancies; and
- decisions on how best to deal with discrepancies, if any, will then be taken on a case-by-case basis.

At this juncture, the AJC has no comprehensive sense of the potential financial impact on our individual members and has requested that our members be fully informed by the Department about the process and the potential impact that this initiative may have.  The AJC awaits further details on this front.

We are currently preparing an FAQ that will address the Department's legal authority and members' legal rights which we expect to issue in the next few days.  

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