The Push for a Mobile Workforce
The future of mobile was a huge topic of discussion at last week’s GTEC 2013. Scott Ball, country manager of…
UK reform five years in….
As government departments and the GoC Twitterverse continue to respond to the Clerk’s Blueprint 2020 challenge to help shape the future of the public service, it might be interesting to see what challenges are still to be overcome in the U.K. government reform agenda one and half years after it was launched.
Selling the Internet of Everything
In the past decade, technology has been pushing the boundaries in society, culture and business. In some ways, policy has yet to catch up to technology, which begs the question: will government be able to handle developments in technology that will occur in the next five to 10 years?
Solution revolution in the public sector policy space
Managing the affairs of state
Pensions, passion and principles
Renée Jolicoeur and Brigitte Fortin of Public Works and Government Services Canada were honoured for their leadership of the Pension Administration Initiative that successfully consolidated over 25 legacy systems into one database and more than 130 departments into one centralized pension centre.