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The pandemic has forced a fundamental shift in the way that cities like Toronto interact with their residents, according to its deputy city manager. “We...

Phoenix payroll system contract ballooned to $187 M, CBC reports

A CBC investigation is making clear the scope of the costs of the problematic Phoneix payroll system.

Wanted: Defenders of the public interest

The first imperative of the CIPS Code of Ethics is to protect the public interest and maintain integrity.  First among the eight principles of the...

Canadian government tackles demographic crunch

The public sector faces some major challenges in replenishing its aging ranks, particularly in attracting young IT professionals to public service as university enrolments in computer science continue their steady decline.

Inside CIO Government Review’s November 2007 issue

Real value of governance: How government's commitment to provide shared services are raising governance challenges.

Interview with Serena Cassidy Nova Scotia Department of Health Promotion and Protection

A graduate of the Master of Public Administration program at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Serena Cassidy is currently participating in the Nova Scotia Public Service Commission's CareerStarts program and is also a member of Governext, a network for young public servants. She sat down recently to talk with senior writer Lisa Williams, about her interests in health, social and educational policy and her ambitions as a public service young achiever.

Bureaucracies beyond conformity

Many casual observers of the political process probably rolled their eyes upon hearing the news that yet another Member of Parliament had crossed the floor, defecting to another Party.

Bureaucracies beyond conformity

For young people today, it is not the public interest ideal that is on the wane, it is partisanship.

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