Archived - Inspection of submitted sample — Certified Container Sampling Program - Fee and service standard
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Fees are updated on April 1.
All fee codes changed on April 1, 2016.
|Fee code||Unit (per)||2013 to 2014||2014 to 2015||2015 to 2016||2016 to 2017||2017 to 2018|
Description of service
Inspection of sample of grain or screenings taken by a company certified under the Commission’s Certified Container Sampling Program, and issuance of certificate.
- An I-135 certified submitted sample certificate will be issued within five business days of receiving the sample and completion of all required analytical testing results, subject to operational commitment.
- Grades are accurate (based on the submitted sample).
- The target for achieving this standard is set at 90%.
|Target||2013 to 2014||2014 to 2015||2015 to 2016||2016 to 2017||2017 to 2018|
|90%||99.5%||service not requested||service not requested||service not requested||service not requested|
Applying for inspection of submitted sample — Certified Container Sampling Program
- Service can be requested thru either a submitted sample request form:
- If you feel that the Canadian Grain Commission is not meeting its performance standards, you can give us feedback.
For more information
- Government-Wide Forward Regulatory Plans
- The Cabinet Directive on Regulatory Management
- The Red Tape Reduction Action Plan
- The Canada–United States Regulatory Cooperation Council
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