Is government doomed to repeat mistakes, or can it stop losing its mind?
Creating a Real Dialogue with Citizens: A Vision of “Day-to-Day” Democracy
There’s more on our blog
We've added a blog. It does not replace the engaging op-ed writers and columnists who contribute to our magazine and website; it enhances the debate with more voices, many of them new professionals.
A Perfect Storm: Trust and capability in Canadian fighter procurement
In the near future, the RCAF will release the recommendations of the commission established to revisit Canada’s Next Generation Fighter project. It is impossible to say with certainty what the findings of this will be, although it will not be surprising if the F-35 remains the preferred option for the air force.
Cyprus: between a rock and a hard place
Most attention in Canada is focused on today’s federal budget. But think of Cyprus, caught between striking a deal with the International Monetary Fund or a bail-out by the Russians. Neither is a savory option.
How can we start asking the right questions?
Supply chain attacks
Leadership, Strategy and COVID-19 vaccines
Public trust and infodemics
Post-COVID-19 and the Future of Work
Data-driven government implementation
Full data-driven government implementation has been an ongoing goal for many years. But human obstacles, the unwillingness to collaborate, cybersecurity…
Deploying critical assets to the cloud
In this episode, J. Richard Jones talks with two experts from FireEye about cloud. FireEye is the intelligence-led security company….
Meeting new demands and citizens expectations
The year 2020 will be remembered as a time when the world as we knew came to a halt. But…
Benchmark shares how they are helping government accelerate their digital transformation
In this episode, hear about an organization – Benchmark Corp – and how they can help government accelerate their digital…