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The choice between black or white is based on the best contrast that can be obtained.

Federal Identity Program Manual –

Similarly, an institution may use markings in a colour other than the standard black or white. Planning signage means interpreting the needs of users and defining operational requirements.

This points to the need for coordination and the importance of editing and design: Alarne the French terms Avenue 1 re2 eetc. Titles of officials may appear on a directory board if it is an operational requirement.

In view of the complexity of the federal administration, its dynamics and the multitude of sources of information, a systems approach assists the public when making enquiries. There was no intent, however, to perpetuate the need for both legal and applied titles when naming new federal institutions. Naming a program or service should be done in context with the institution’s title.

It promotes visual coherence and helps the public to recognize federal programs and to distinguish them from those of other levels of government.

Each institution has named an official referred to as FIP Coordinator to manage its corporate identity. The mamual are based on the signage typeface see section 4.


Organizational identification on the other hand, primarily serves a bureaucracy. In general, abbreviations should not be used in applications of the FIP except where space is limited, such as on calling cards.

These items include alarm and envelopes, standard flat envelopes, notepaper, complimentary slips and cards, and calling cards. Their creation is at the discretion of each institution. It is based on the premise that decisions on the design of corporate communications should not be made in isolation. The service title if required and the applied title shall appear in both official languages.


It deals with the general impression of an institution held by various publics, interest groups, including employees, and it touches virtually all aspects of an institution’s activities. Depending on its length, a title may be laid out in one, two, or three lines. There should be no variation from these designs and specifications without prior consultation with the Administrative Policy Branch of Treasury Board Secretariat.

The space between the symbol and the left-hand column, as well as between the language columns is 3x Fig. The design of all stationery items described in this section has been standardized. The markings apply to all government owned or leased on-road vehicles, with the exception of vehicles on short-term leases and those that have been exempted see below.

In cases where the signature incorporates additional words such as a service title, the wordmark may be vertically aligned with the left column of the text above Fig. As a general rule, the space between the symbol and the left-hand column, as well as between the language columns is 1.

FIP policy prohibits the printing of special symbols on stationery items such as letterhead and notepaper; however, a brief message may be included in support of a major program or event. Changes caused by reorganizations, relocations or new operations will call for additional messages, modifications or the removal of signs.


For alqrme of consistency, these sizes are also recommended for other fields of application. Operational signs indicate the location of service, identify an area. Signatures for printed applications are specified using typographic measurements point and em.

Signage is a shared responsibility that involves both the custodian department and the organization that occupies federal real property. Internationally, the Program is well recognized among corporate identity and design consultants. The position of the signature and return address on envelopes has been calculated to be alarem with postal requirements see Canada Postal Standards for details.

In addition, the design brief should state any objectives related to government-wide priorities e. Fields of applications such as advertising, published material, forms, audio-visual productions, expositions, as well as personnel identification, are subject to the general rules on corporate identity but their design is at the discretion of each institution.

Federal Identity Program Manual

Furthermore, through the use of different and uncoordinated symbols – many of very poor design – each organization identified itself as a separate entity. To achieve uniformity of all signatures, the size and spatial relationships between symbol and typography are specified.

Answerability of federal MPs to the public is the other side of the coin from accountability of ministers to Parliament, and a government that is not visible cannot be answerable”. For purposes of the FIP slight modifications were made to the flag, particularly to the stem of the maple leaf.