Open Government: Success Stories and Lessons Learned

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Canada is a global leader in the open government movement. But we didn't get here without hitting a few bumps in the road!

The Canada School of Public Service's Digital Academy is partnering with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat's Open Government team to bring together top experts to discuss:

  • what does open government really mean?
  • Canada's successes with open government
  • the challenges of open government

Hear how government institutions have overcome obstacles on the road to success, and discover best practices that could benefit your workplace. This is your opportunity to learn about the innovations and advancements happening across government.

Speakers

  • Mohamed Frendi, Director, Research, Development and Analytics Directorate, Chief Information Office, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada
  • Karen Wallace, Project Lead, Open Government, Information Services, Justice Canada
  • Mark Irvin, Lead, Open Government, Public Service Commission
  • Craig Cluney, Director, Results-Based Management Division, Public Health Agency of Canada

Moderator

Leslie L. Cheung, Senior Advisor, Outreach and Engagement, Open Government, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat


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