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Month: June 2013

A roadmap for smarter supply chains 

Government supply chains, in defence and elsewhere, are increasingly becoming interconnected and interdependent. They now extend beyond “department walls” through collaborative partnerships, outsourcing and shared services.

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Canadian pioneers in the Digital Age 

We are only at the first phase of the Digital Age and our efforts require concerted action to develop the know-how to take advantage of the possibilities of this paradigm-shifting era.

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A new approach to performance 

Colin Talbot’s recent book, Theories of Performance, Organizational and Service Improvement in the Public Domain (Oxford University Press, 2010), offers us a way forward: with better evidence about what works and why, a new approach to performance would improve...

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Let’s celebrate public servants 

National Public Service Week’s theme this year is “Proudly Serving Canadians.” The theme of Public Service Recognition Week in the U.S. last month was “Why I Serve.”

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The rise of mutuals and the entrepreneurial ethic in the UK 

As part of its Big Society initiative, and linked to Prime Minister Cameron’s desire to make the public service more efficient and entrepreneurial, the concept of "mutuals" was put forward as a viable alternative to traditional government-owned public agencies.

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Restoring trust 

The Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner of Canada (PSIC) was created in 2007 so federal public servants and members of the public would be able to disclose potential wrongdoing in the federal public sector.

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The auditor’s cautionary tale 

After the Auditor General’s (AG) report was released on April 30, the national media were quick to draw attention to the more than $3 billion in anti-terrorism spending that was unaccounted for and the large number of overpayments to employment insurance recipients.

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Time to tell our stories 

I used to be a proud public servant. Now I’m not so sure. There was a time when Canada’s public service was the envy of the world. Bribery and corruption were rare.

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