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Month: October 2013

Open data, closed information 

It’s been a busy couple of weeks on the information, privacy and government data front. Early this week, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne announced her intention to release “great swaths” of data on Ontario’s open data website.

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Is Change a Good Thing? 

Change seems to be everywhere in Canada’s federal public service lately. Everything from performance management, disability management, sick leave, pensions, and more are…...

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Modernizing student aid 

Labour intensive with slow response times, limited data and obsolete technology: that was the reality for Ontario’s Student Assistance Program (OSAP) five years ago. Now the picture is very different.

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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.

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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?

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