Every year, recommendations from the annual Lac Carling Congress on electronic service delivery are turned over to the Public Sector CIO Council and the Public Sector Service Delivery Council. Their review of the proposals begins immediately after the Congress every year and continues in a series of meetings through the fall and winter. What follows is a summary of their thinking in the wake of the first session.
The seventh Lac Carling Congress confirmed once again the importance of bringing together public and private sector organizations, federal, provincial, territorial and municipal jurisdictions, and service delivery and information technology practitioners.
Rep. Adam Putnam this week shied away from introducing legislation that would have required companies to conduct independent security audits and detail the results in their annual reports. The retreat was a result of pressure from industry groups representing large hardware and software vendors.