Open data, closed information
Mel Cappe and the Changing Face of Policy Creation
Balancing act: Privacy and the use of personal information
From open data to open democracy
For the casual observer, openness and transparency are terms that can conjure up confusion in recent times. On the one hand, governments at all levels are striving to develop open data and open government strategies, lauding the benefits of information sharing and crowd-sourced innovation.
Organizations must adopt policies to secure their BYOD data
Typewriters to tablets to tomorrow
At the May 2013 Canadian Institute for Procurement and Materiel Management (CIPMM) workshop, a presenter spoke of the different characteristics of the workplace generations. Those differences may have an impact on public procurement: will our world be able to adapt successfully?