Future-Proofing Canada’s Public IT Services for Speed and Agility
Canadian governments face pressures from all sides such as regulators require robust data governance and citizens demand the latest digital and mobile technologies. Legacy systems are riddled with redundancies and incompatibilities. Adopting the right technologies can help governments overcome these challenges and speed up service delivery while staying within the bounds of budgets. These technologies should focus on improving performance, productivity, efficiency, and security without sacrificing reliability or accessibility.
However, with exciting new tools and applications and an volatile economy, it is impossible to predict which technology will suit your organization. Another critical question is training your workforce to handle future technologies. We’ve put together this ‘Winter Edition’ Virtual Event as part of our 2022 Innovation & IT Community National Insights series. To aid further exploration of how modern technologies can be optimally and sustainably utilized to yield maximum efficiency and cross-departmental collaboration and hear how IT leaders are managing their teams within the shifting nature of the tech-based workplace. Join us as we hear case studies from tech-focused peers and discuss how to further develop and integrate consistent, cohesive IT infrastructure strategies across Canada’s public sector.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers
Corporate Chief Information Officer / Associate Deputy Minister
Jake van der Laan
Chief Information Officer and Director, Information Technology and Regulatory Informatics
Financial and Consumer Services Commission
Director, Data Insights, AI, Corporate Innovation, and IT Operations
Alberta Pensions Services Corporation (APS)
Chief Information Officer
City of Red Deer
Daniel Darche, PgMP, PMP
Executive Director, Technology Modernization and Strategic Projects
Government of British Columbia
Bold Leadership: Foresight to Create the Future
- Thriving in the future of work means focusing on your people
- Adopting latest the technologies to designing the future of work
Mohammad Qureshi, Corporate Chief Information Officer / Associate Deputy Minister, Ontario Government
Developing a Digital Strategy for a Government Organization
Jake van der Laan, Chief Information Officer and Director, Information Technology and Regulatory Informatics, Financial and Consumer Services Commission
Future of IT and Public Sector: How does a future of government IT look like?
- What innovative ways to increase your organization’s agility by adopting new technologies?
- How to ensure your data and systems are all secure in the cloud, especially if your workforce is on mobile, available to work from everywhere at any time?
- How do we overcome skills shortages and talent management in public IT?
- What technologies do you foresee adapting by the public sector in the next five years?
- How to ensure your workforce is highly collaborative and flexible in working with ad-hoc, anonymous project team environments
Rita Lazar-Tippe, Director, Data Insights, AI, Corporate Innovation, and IT Operations, Alberta Pensions Services Corporation (APS)
Gaetano Mazzuca, Chief Information Officer, City of Red Deer
Daniel Darche, PgMP, PMP, Executive Director, Technology Modernization and Strategic Projects, Government of British Columbia
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