Is this the new e-government platform of the future?

March 29, 2018
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm EST

An OpenText Webinar

Increased demand and rising expectations from citizens are challenging governments and public sector agencies to deliver quality solutions at speed. Many have opted for custom solutions that cost millions, but end up solving only a very specific set of problems.

In August 2014 when the Alberta Energy Regulator (AER) took over responsibility for regulating reclamation and remediation activities for energy resource activities in Alberta, it inherited a backlog of almost 2,700 applications.

Working with partners, including OpenText, the agency developed a nimble, low-code solution, ONESTOP, that integrated systems, streamlined the application review process, eliminated the backlog and may have created the secure, flexible and easy-to- use e-government platform long sought by the public sector.

Please join Tara Mulrooney, CTO, AER, for a webinar where she will provide insights on how ONESTOP's efficiency, transparency, and consistency helped transform their business and embolden their staff. Attendees to the webinar will learn about:
  • Modernizing in a legacy environment
  • How to get out of legacy debt
  • Driving down OpEx
  • How integration of your business model supports cultural transformation
  • Why government agencies need to think like startups

We welcome the opportunity for others to take advantage of our learning. Don't repeat our mistakes. Build on our shoulders - Mulrooney


Tara Mulrooney
Chief Technology Officer,
Alberta Energy Regulator


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