Collaboration to counter threat explosion
In Budget 2015, the federal government earmarked $58 million over five years to further protect its essential cyber systems and critical infrastructure and pledged an additional $36.4 million over five years to support cyber systems operators as they deal with security threats.
A curriculum fit for public service transformation
Track two diplomacy: Myths and realities
Freedom in western grain movement: Why the Revenue Cap needs to go
Difficult decisions: Shipbuilding and cost-capability tradeoffs
As one of the U.S. Defense Department’s largest acquisition organizations, Program Executive Office, Ships oversees the design and construction of destroyers, amphibious ships, special mission and support ships, as well as a wide range of boats and craft for U.S. agencies and foreign military sales.
A tale from four cities
The Association of Professional Executives of the Public Service of Canada (APEX) is talking the talk and walking the walk of continuous improvement. While not a government department, APEX continues to do its part to bring to life the vision of a modern, high calibre public service.
Communicating the threat: Improving Canadian cyber security strategic capabilities
Time for a digital diplomacy blueprint
In April 2014, the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development listed 33 Facebook and 39 Twitter accounts for Canadian missions abroad, and many had been opened within the previous six weeks. Almost a year later, the list includes over 100...