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September 28, 2017

TechGov: Open Government, Policy Futures and Digital Transformation

Canadian Government Executive is excited to announce the agenda for TechGov 2017. TechGov is a new event that is designed to showcase the technological advancements being made in our rapidly changing world that our government can adopt to better serve Canadians.

We are all thinking a great deal these days about Open Government, Big Data, AI, Machine Learning and Digital Government and the implications for our public service world. At the same time, there is a very important transformation in the way we are developing public policy and engaging with citizens and stakeholders. The focus of TechGov conference is to explore how all of these pieces come together and how we can link the worlds of open government, policy and citizen-centred services.

Click here to see the agenda or go to: https://www.techgov.ca/program

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