4. The mission of the Centre is to provide or make available to public bodies the property and the administrative services they require in the exercise of their functions, especially with regard to human, financial, physical and informational resources.
For that purpose, the Centre is to pursue the rationalization and optimization of administrative support services while ensuring their quality and adequacy in meeting the needs of public bodies. The Centre is to concern itself with the availability of its services in the regions and the regional economic impact of its action. The Centre is also to support the development of internal expertise in the area of administrative services.
A further mission of the Centre is to provide, in support of the mission of the Government, aircraft charter services and air transportation services for such uses as air ambulance transportation, forest fire fighting, territory surveillance and passenger transportation. In addition, the Centre may provide aircraft pilot accreditation, instruction and training services. For the provision of the latter services and forest fire fighting services, the Centre may enter into an agreement with a legal person established for a private interest.
2005, c. 7, s. 4; 2011, c. 16, s. 30.