Enabling a Technology-Driven Government
Public sector leaders have recognized the value of investing in IT, for many, the adoption remains a challenge based on security, compliance, budgetary realities, and existing roadmaps. As one of the key pillars in economic development, IT can have a significant impact on policy implementation and thereafter realization of the government’s goals and objectives.
Public Sector Network’s Innovation and IT: National Insights – Spring Edition Virtual Event will bring together CIOs, Chief Architects, and other IT leaders to discuss ways that IT systems can be enablers for, as opposed to barriers to, digital service delivery. Increasing data security, developing innovative IT products and services, and stronger orientation towards the needs of citizens should be the priority. We will explore how the public sector can address legacy systems and look to sustainable modernization.
Benefits of Attending
A Sneak Peek Of Your Inspiring Speakers
Natural Resources Canada
Chief Information Officer, Director General IT/IM Administration, and Privacy
Veterans Affairs Canada
Senior Director – Project Manager, VaccineConnect, National Digital Transformation Office
Public Health Agency of Canada
Executive Director, Corporate IT Management
Public Service Commission
Director General, Information Technology Branch
Canada Revenue Agency
Director, Digital Strategy
Canadian Police College
National Director of Solution Engineering, Canada
National Sales Director, Canadian Public Sector
Lead IM Architect
Deputy Chief Data Officer
State of California
Innovation and Cloud in the Public Sector
Rodney Helal, National Sales Director, Canadian Public Sector, VMware
Peter Near, National Director of Solution Engineering, Canada, VMware
Empowering a Culture of Data Use and Evidence
Jason Lally, Deputy Chief Data Officer, State of California
Addressing Legacy Systems & Looking to Sustainable Modernization
- Seizing opportunities to address modernizing legacy systems
- Creating a modern IT approach and framework for addressing legacy systems leveraging future technologies like cloud and composable application
- Creating IT infrastructure and processes that will enable IT to deploy business applications and workloads anywhere, anytime
Christopher Clissold, Chief Information Officer, Director General IT/IM Administration and Privacy, Veterans Affairs Canada
Delivering an Integrated Cloud Experience for the Digital Workplace
Ian Taylor, Lead IM Architect, Orangutech (in partnership with Harmon.ie)
Mastering the Basics Behind Effective Digital Solutions
- What core technologies are needed to operate your department optimally
- Enhancing Enterprise Architecture: addressing the necessary infrastructures in the background and how can we ensure these are accessible inter-departmentally
- Overcoming siloed approaches to managing services/systems/data that limit the ability of governments to adapt
- What are some of the challenges you have experienced when trying to integrate digital solutions? How have you overcome them?
Reaping the Benefits of Data Driven-Technologies
- What are the key considerations to keep in mind when adopting modern service technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and advanced analytics?
- How to assess and measure key metrics for their success and bring clarity to critical IT initiatives within your organization?
- How can multi-experience platforms, new screening technology, and modular design principles enable Canada’s public sector?
- What are some key lessons learned from the past year that you would like to share with those who are looking to implement data-driven technologies?
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Our Event Partners
Interested in sponsoring? Contact Andrew Cowan by phone (1-647-459-8904) or email ([email protected])