The NRC is committed to making a positive difference for its stakeholders and serving Canada with integrity, accountability, and openness. The NRC supports its managers and employees to this end by helping them manage conflicts between their personal interests and their official duties. The key resource in this work is the NRC Conflict of Interest and Post-Employment (COI and PE) Policy, which sets out roles and responsibilities as well as direction on specific issues.
The Policy is administered by the NRC Secretary General's Office which also has a mandate to assist NRC employees in complying with it. The Secretary General's Office has developed a Conflict of Interest Form, Guidance Documents on specific COI issues, and other tools to complement the Policy. See links below.