This document is the results-based management and accountability framework of the Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council. A results-based management and accountability framework (RMAF) is a document required by the Treasury Board of Canada for all federal government grant and contribution programs. Consequently, the Department of Human Resources and Social Development (HRSD) requires RMAFs from sector councils. One of its purposes is to ensure accountability for results for resources approved by the Treasury Board. However, the most important use of the RMAF is as a management blueprint describing what results a sector council is trying to achieve, how the council intends to monitor and evaluate its success in achieving those results, and how it is organized and governed to facilitate the achievement of results.