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Partnerships and initiatives

Find collaborative learning initiatives that extend beyond the public service.

Advanced Policy Analyst Program

The Advanced Policy Analyst Program (APAP) is a challenging three year professional and leadership development program designed to develop economic and public policy analysts. It offers recent master's level graduates an unparalleled opportunity in the federal public service.

Advanced Policy Analyst Program

Deputy Minister University Champion Initiative

The Deputy Minister University Champion Initiative is aimed at strengthening linkages between the Government of Canada and Canadian universities. The strategy is designed to support robust and relevant public administration education and research so that the federal public service has access to leading ideas and theories, a new generation of public administration scholars and new employees who are well-educated in modern public management.

Deputy Minister University Champion Initiative

GC Data Community

The GC Data Community was created to connect, engage and support the growing community of data practitioners across the federal government.

GC Data Community

Jocelyne Bourgon Visiting Scholar Initiative

The Jocelyne Bourgon Visiting Scholar Initiative is a way to recognize academic knowledge and expertise, foster fresh ideas, and offer an external perspective on priority issues within the Government of Canada.

Jocelyne Bourgon Visiting Scholar Initiative

National Student Paper Competition

Launched in 2013, the first edition of the National Student Paper Competition on the Future of the Public Service focused on ideas and research related to the Blueprint 2020 vision. Since then, the competition has continued inviting master's and PhD students to submit their ideas for improving the federal public service and Canada's future.

National Student Paper Competition - Submission guidelines

Public Servant-in-Residence Initiative

Launched in 2003, the Public Servant-in-Residence (PSIR) Initiative allows mid-career public servants (EX minus 2 to EX) to spend a minimum of 6 months and a maximum of 2 years at a Canadian university. During this period, public servants commit to acquiring and sharing knowledge in areas related to their home department's objectives and broader federal government priorities through their research or teaching assignments.

Public Servant-in-Residence Initiative

Recruitment of Policy Leaders

The Recruitment of Policy Leaders program recruits accomplished Canadians and permanent residents with the potential to lead positive change and make significant contributions to the federal public service. The program forms a pool of stellar recruits, ready for hiring in a variety of mid- to senior-level policy positions across the federal government.

Recruitment of Policy Leaders

Virtual Recruitment Fairs

Check out this page regularly for updates on Virtual Recruitment Fairs organized by the Canada School of Public Service.

Virtual Recruitment Fairs

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