Articles By Marlene Orton

Details Details…

Details Details…

The health, sciences and technology components of the federal government pose unique challenges in the architecture of Government On-Line architecture....

June 14th, 2005 Marlene Orton
acting director, Gateways and Clusters at PWGSC

acting director, Gateways and Clusters at PWGSC

When Government On-Line went into business in 1999, the long-term challenge was to seamlessly link the maze of federal, provincial...

June 14th, 2005 Marlene Orton
On a handshake

On a handshake

It’s an ambitious database venture known as ExpressAddress. It’s delivered by a complex partnership, among two cities and four Crown...

November 3rd, 2004 Marlene Orton
Coming on Strong: BI software meets the public sector

Coming on Strong: BI software meets the public sector

Another technology shift is taking hold that is already changing the way organizations — including governments — do business. New...

August 10th, 2004 Marlene Orton
The checklist according to Riddle

The checklist according to Riddle

“These projects shouldn’t be done in isolation across jurisdictions,” said John Riddle. “They have to plug into something that is...

June 16th, 2004 Marlene Orton
Keeping track of the big bucks

Keeping track of the big bucks

Over the last seven years, a number of U.S. federal agencies and departments have been implementing a new standardized approach...

May 5th, 2004 Marlene Orton
Running IT right

Running IT right

Corporate governance and government accountability are twin buzzwords that have left ranking decision makers walking on eggshells.Among those addressing this...

April 5th, 2004 Marlene Orton