CGE Magazine

Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board to give Keynote at TechGov 0

Canadian Government Executive (CGE) media team is excited to announce a keynote by Scott Brison, President of the Treasury Board of Canada at its TechGov Executive Leadership Summit in Ottawa. In the rapidly changing world, Tech Gov 2018 has been conceptualized to empower leaders and executives of industry, government and public sector. This two-day conference,...

Solving Complex Problems 0

Having a clear definition of success is one of the key components in achieving the desired results of a project but oftentimes, many projects become too complex to manage. In many of these cases, major projects and programs which are considered initially “complicated” in nature, end up in “chaos”, and often subject to visceral media...

TechGov Executive Leadership Forum announces Michael Wernick as Keynote Speaker 0

Canadian Government Executive is honoured to have Michael Wernick, Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary to the Cabinet as Keynote Speaker for TechGov Forum 2018 . This two-day conference which will be held in Ottawa on January 29 and 30 will provide a platform to discover challenges, opportunities, technology advancements and innovations for the government and public...

Survey: Professional development 0

Professional development is tremendously important to members of Canada’s public sector. Canadian Government Executive has teamed up with Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada to create a survey to better understand the challenges you face in your job, as well as how continued professional development affects you. Effective budgeting and operational planning is the backbone of...

TechGov: Showcasing technological advancements 0

Canadian Government Executive media through its upcoming TechGov event is providing the platform to help improve service delivery to the public. This event is designed to showcase the technological advancements being made in our rapidly changing world that our government can adopt to better serve Canadians. Join us for TechGov forum on November 7 & 8 at...

CGE announces the first round of its ‘all-star’ speaking lineup for TechGov 0

Canadian Government Executive Media (CGE) is pleased to announce its first batch of speakers for TechGov 2017. TechGov is a new Canadian-centred technology conference aimed primarily at bringing together the country’s most innovation-focused government executives and representatives of the technology industry. November 7 & 8, 2017 The Ottawa Conference and Event Centre Ottawa The goal of...

TechGov Forum welcomes Microsoft as a Platinum Sponsor 0

Canadian Government Executive Media (CGE) is pleased to welcome Microsoft as its Platinum Sponsor for its inaugural TechGov Forum, which will take place on November 7-8 in Ottawa. “We are pleased to announce that Microsoft, a leader in enabling digital transformation in government, will join us this year as our Platinum Sponsor of our annual forum,” said John Jones,...

You can help shape the agenda for TechGov 2017 0

We are pleased to provide you with an opportunity to help us shape the agenda for this year’s TechGov Forum, taking place on November 7 and 8, in Ottawa. This forum is being produced by Canadian Government Executive media and will bring together 500 senior public sector executives, senior IT executives and private sector executives...

Public servants can foster innovation 0

Innovation is vital in every sector; public service is no exception. To get there though, innovation must be fostered by public servants playing a more powerful role as information providers, according to Don Drummond, a former Associate Deputy Minister. In speaking with the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, Drummond said the keys to support innovation...

Tech Advocacy Strengthened through Smart Events: CGE & CATAAlliance Join Forces 0

Canadian Government Executive Media (CGE) and CATAAlliance , Canada’s one voice for innovation lobby group, announced today that they will be teaming up to cross promote events and to further serve the government relations needs and interests of Canada’s technology community. “This collaborative move benefits both the readership of Canadian Government Executive as well as the...