CSE publishes a range of reports, data and information so that Parliament and the Canadian public can be well-informed about our activities and hold us to account.
National Security Transparency Initiative
The Government of Canada is committed to enabling democratic accountability without sharing information that could compromise Canada's security or the safety of Canadians. To do this, the government has created the National Security Transparency Initiative which is governed by six principles. As part of the security and intelligence community, CSE is proud to ensure an open and transparent environment.
Read more about the National Security Transparency Commitment.
The Government of Canada has an “open by default” policy. This means all government data and information resources of business value are made public, unless there is a valid reason not to. Those valid reasons include ownership, security, privacy, and confidentiality.
Learn more about Canada's Action Plan on Open Government by visiting the Open Government website.
File or search ATIP requests or find out about CSE’s information holdings
Read about CSE’s obligations to proactively disclose information
Browse the public reports CSE has submitted to Parliament and the Minister of National Defence