Digital Transformation (DX) is a strategy of enabling business and government innovation, predicated on the inclusion of digital technologies into:
operations and procedures
interactions between business and client/governments and citizens
the development of products, solutions, data, and strategic plans.
It means understanding how to apply technology to develop a digital workplace that supports best practices, customer and citizen experience, and value through intelligent information management.
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Why the event?
Public sector workplaces are undergoing dramatic transitions in how work gets done, where work takes place, what technologies and infrastructure are needed, how data is created and shared, and how all are applied in developing a cohesive culture to achieve intended results.
The DX Summit is about; “How to become digitally enabled.” This conference will offer peer to peer interaction and dialog with experts on the issues of organizational change, digital transformation, governance, and cybersecurity. Addressing these core issues will provide the solutions that can take us forward.
Who Should Attend?
Senior executives will want to attend because the business of government is being transformed into living and working in a digital world. Innovations in the nature of work, data collection, service delivery, policy making, cybersecurity, and inclusive growth, all depend on the successful use of digital technology. Leaders across government, defence sector, academia and digital-enabled companies are keen to build capacity and expertise throughout their organizations in order to be prepared for the challenges of the future.
C-Suite (President, VP, Partner)
Executive level management (DM, ADM, Director General, Director)
Mid-Manager (CIO, CTO, Project Manager)
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NETWORK, CONNECT AND FORGE KEY RELATIONSHIPS
With multiple network breaks, you have ample opportunities to connect with your desired audience. Partake in the conference sessions and gain firsthand insights on what the industry is looking for so you can better position your products and or/services offering.
ESTABLISH YOUR THOUGHT LEADERSHIP
Demonstrate your company’s expertise and authority with a customized speaking platform. The oppourtunity to participate directly in delivering educational content increases receptivity to your brand and sales efforts. Be top of mind when industry practicioners are looking for advice and solutions.
INCREASE BRAND RECOGNITION
Consider the marketing exposure you will receive through our print and digital efforts, both internally and via our media partnerships. You will get weeks of pre-event exposure to your target audience. Think of it as a consolidated media buy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Registration will be closed at 5.00 pm on May 24, 2023
Group discounts applies to minimum of 4 registrants
Individuals wanting to participate in one session must register for the full conference.
You will need access to an internet - Windows explorer is not recommended.
Once registration is complete, refunds will not be offered.
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Graham Flack became Secretary of the Treasury Board in January 2022. He previously held the position of Deputy Minister of Employment and Social Development Canada since October 2018.
He began his career in the Privy Council Office and worked on the Quebec referendum campaign, the Quebec Secession Reference and Clarity Act. Following 9/11 he became Director of Operations and led work on the Canada-US Smart Borders Declaration as well as Canada’s first National Security Policy.
He held senior executive roles at Natural Resources Canada and the Department of Finance where he was Assistant Deputy Minister, International Trade and Finance and worked on the G7 and G20 response to the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.
From 2010 to 2013 he was Associate Deputy Minister then Acting Deputy Minister at Public Safety Canada. From 2013 to 2014 he was Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet at the Privy Council Office. From 2014 to 2018 he was Deputy Minister of Canadian Heritage.
Graham is the founding chair of the Deputy Minister Committee on Innovation and Deputy Minister Champion for Dalhousie University.
He received degrees in political science and economics from Dalhousie and Oxford University where he was a Rhodes Scholar. He is a former law clerk of the Supreme Court of Canada and graduated with an LL.B. from Dalhousie University and an LL.M from Harvard University.
Jarislowsky Chair in Public Sector Management, University of Ottawa and former Clerk of the Privy Council
Michael retired in 2019 after a 38-year career as one of the key leaders of Canada’s world-class Federal public service, culminating in his appointment in 2016 as the 23rd Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary to Cabinet. He is currently working with MNP as a Strategic Advisor Associate on their Ottawa Federal Government Consulting team and is a Fellow at Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration.