Canadian federal CIO Corinne Charette’s first steps

Canadian federal CIO Corinne Charette’s first steps

It shouldn't be a surprise to anyone that Treasury Board Secretariat chose Corinne Charette as Canada's new CIO.While she refers...

October 1st, 2009 Rafael Ruffolo

Ottawa missing-in-action on cyber warfare says anti-Net censorship group

Ottawa missing-in-action on cyber warfare says anti-Net censorship group

A Canadian anti-Internet censorship organization which recently exposed the activities of a China-based computer spy network says the Canadian government...

July 14th, 2009

IT 360 keynote: Keith Parsonage, Industry Canada

IT 360 keynote: Keith Parsonage, Industry Canada

Over the past decade, Canada has transitioned from an industrial economy to a networked economy said Keith Parsonage, Director General...

April 9th, 2008 Lisa Williams

Canada under attack for soft copyright laws

Canada under attack for soft copyright laws

Canada should be blacklisted as an evildoer of intellectual property rights because the Canadian government has failed to modernize its...

February 22nd, 2007 Kathleen Lau

Government has role to play in Internet

Government has role to play in Internet

In a recent column in The Toronto Star, Dr. Michael Geist, a law professor at the University of Ottawa and...

February 1st, 2007 Michael Martin

Collaboration

Collaboration

The continuing development by Canadian government's at all levels in creating and implementing rules and practices for governmental e-engagement initiatives...

June 30th, 2006 InterGovWorld staff

Governing online services

Governing online services

If you build it, they will come. That may have worked for a baseball diamond in a cornfield, but when...

June 13th, 2002 Victoria Berry

Government moves in Canadian and U.S. telco space benefit the marketplace

Government moves in Canadian and U.S. telco space benefit the marketplace

In a society that depends on a free market to drive economic growth, government regulation tends to be frowned upon....

July 27th, 2000 Michael Martin