Around the world, spurred by political divides and the rise of cheap, unregulated digital communications, countries are arguing about the role of their leaders, and the balance between the individual and the collective.
3 months ago•2 min read
This year, Canada is chairing the annual Digital Nations Summit. As part of the lead-up to both the summit and the FWD50 conference, host Alistair Croll interviewed the Honourable Joyce Murray, Minister of Digital Government.
4 months ago•4 min read
What is Canada's digital government story? Hear from the Minister of Digital Government and Canada's digital government leaders
4 months ago•2 min read
Everything comes down to efficiencies or effectiveness or throughput, and the challenge is that actual success for systems that we build—particularly public sector systems [and] public services—should ultimately be measured in their human impact.
5 months ago•1 min read
The end game of digital government is just government, a fundamental shift in how we work, what drives our decisions and what we value.
5 months ago•8 min read
Product managers are a must in the tech world, owning every facet of a product from conception to end-of-life. But despite the technology side of digital government, the title isn’t that common in the public sector.
6 months ago•8 min read
Should government build a public Internet? If Internet is a basic right, required for civic participation, should we detach it from for-profit delivery?
7 months ago•7 min read