And now: Nine

Published: March 12th, 2005


And now: Nine

And now: Nine

The ninth annual Lac Carling Congress – the pre-eminent gathering of leaders in electronic service delivery in the public sector...

March 2nd, 2005 No Author

In reply: how it looks after the event

In reply: how it looks after the event

Every year, recommendations from the annual Lac Carling Congress on electronic service delivery are turned over to the Public Sector...

August 10th, 2004 CGR staff

What happened: Lac Carling, the results

What happened: Lac Carling, the results

Participants in the Lac Carling Congress in May identified a new set of priorities for the national e-government agenda. The...

June 16th, 2004 CGR staff

IPAC joins Lac Carling

IPAC joins Lac Carling

The Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) has become a partner in the Lac Carling Congress, the respected e-government...

May 16th, 2004 CIO Governments Review staff

Moving forward: Lac Carling Congress to focus on the practical and tactical

Moving forward: Lac Carling Congress to focus on the practical and tactical

As the seventh annual Lac Carling Congress approaches, the steering committee for the event is planning to shift the focus...

January 31st, 2003 Blair McQuillan

Talking back to Lac Carling

Talking back to Lac Carling

Government officials from across the country have called for a comprehensive review of research on e-government issues with an eye...

September 30th, 2002 Lori MacMullen

An interview with Reg Alcock

An interview with Reg Alcock

Reg Alcock is a Winnipeg MP who has made it his mission to identify and explore the significant changes that...

March 31st, 2001 Heather A. Smith

Message from the editor

Message from the editor

This issue of Lac Carling Governments' Review has lots of bullish information and analysis on the e-government agenda in this...

March 31st, 2001 Bob Parkins