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3rd Annual Public Sector CIO Forum
Tue, 01/31/2012
Event Location: 

January 31 – February 1, 2012 |The Westin Ottawa

Special 15% Discount for CIPS Members to Attend this Event!

A sample of speakers scheduled to attend:

Stephane Cousineau,

Chief Information OfficerElections Canada


Bruce Covington,

Director, Document Imaging Services, Public Works and Government Services Canada


Rudy de Sa,

Chief Information Officer, Director General, Health Canada


Stephanie Kirkland,

Director General, Citizenship and Immigration Canada


Rosanna Di Paola,

Chief Information Office,Public Safety Canada


Robert Dussault,

Director, Biometrics Technology Management and Procurement, Citizenship and Immigration Canada


Anita Scott

Information Systems Technician, Chatham-Kent Police Service


Soussan Tabari

Chief Information Officer and ADM, Community Services I&IT Cluster, Government of Ontario


Some of the key topics that will be discussed:


Tuesday, January 31, 2012


·         The Vision and Plan for Effective IT Service Delivery in Government

·          Case Study:Change Management – Effectively Managing Transition to a Shared Service Environment

·         Improving Interoperability and Information Sharing Across the Public Sector

·         Case Study: Identifying Opportunities for Innovative, Cost Effective and High ROI Solutions

·         Case Study:Mobile Workforce – Enhanced Service Delivery Through Secure and Effective Mobile Apps

·          Case Study:Emerging Trends in Municipal Government IT


Wednesday, February 1, 2012


·         Managing Your IT Department: Strategy, Value Creation and Service Delivery

·         Document Imaging to Improve Business Efficiency

·         Realizing the True Potential of Cloud Computing: From Strategy to Implementation

·         Case Study:Temporary Residents Biometrics Project (TRBP) – Procurement Best Practices

·         Case Study:Governance and Project Management - Staying in Control of Capital Investments 

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