Elected officials’ role in a citizen-centric world

Elected officials’ role in a citizen-centric world

EditorialMuch of the discussion around IT governance and service transformation centres on the public sector's internal architecture. How best to...

November 2nd, 2007 Jeffrey Roy

Part 2 of Spotlight on Donna Achimov of Service Canada

Part 2 of Spotlight on Donna Achimov of Service Canada

InterGovWorld's Spotlight series profiles executives, decision-makers and their initiatives across all levels of Canadian government.In Part 1 of InterGovWorld's Spotlight...

March 20th, 2007 Lisa Williams

The politics of digital identities

The politics of digital identities

Nearly a decade ago, many of us atended our first conference session on identity and security, perhaps a PKI presentation,...

December 11th, 2006 Jeffrey Roy

The politics of digital identities

The politics of digital identities

Nearly a decade ago, many of us atended our first conference session on identity and security, perhaps a PKI presentation,...

December 5th, 2006 Jeffrey Roy

And the formula is…

And the formula is…

lt seems to be everywhere – which is ironic, under the circumstances. That would be the BlackBerry, which has become...

January 31st, 2006 Catherine Morrison

e-Government at the crossroads

e-Government at the crossroads

As Stephen Harper’s Conservatives prepare to take office in Ottawa, many in technology circles are asking themselves: what will this...

January 31st, 2006 Jeffrey Roy

Q and A | Jim Alexander

Q and A | Jim Alexander

These days, Jim Alexander is acting Chief Information Officer with the federal government’s Treasury Board Secretariat. It’s a position that...

December 6th, 2005 Chris Bishop

Cradle to the grave getting an overhaul

Cradle to the grave getting an overhaul

Parents of babies born in Ontario will be able to register births online, apply for a birth certificate and ask...

October 5th, 2005 Laura Eggertson