Federal employees are responsible for ensuring that the government-owned records they create are managed in an accountable and transparent way to facilitate access to the information they contain. The technologies available to them have been a game changer in how they create, manage, collect and share government records.
Offered in collaboration with the Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada, this practical event explores, through demonstrations, some of the new digital tools and innovative practices that can positively impact the government's ability to respond to access to information requests more quickly, accurately and efficiently.
Learn how innovative tools and practices can help streamline what can otherwise be a resource-intensive process.
- Catherine Luelo, Chief Information Officer of Canada, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
- Daniel Kipin, Senior Program Advisor, ATIP Modernisation, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
- Joshua Turner, Senior Advisor, Application Development, Canada School of Public Service
- Axel Ngamije, ATIP Team Leader, Access to Information and Privacy Protection Division, Shared Services Canada
Vanessa Vermette, Director General, Communications and Engagement, Canada School of Public Service