We hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday! We’ve rounded up all our news from the past two weeks for you.
Never lost in transit: Roch Huppé, CFO at Finance and Administration, talks about CRA’s award-winning mail solution.
How is the Penticton Indian Band working toward self-sustainability? Chief Jonathan Kruger spoke with editor-in-chief Toby Fyfe.
Our intern Jeff Mackey wrote up a profile on Janice Baker, one of the speakers at our upcoming Leadership Summit.
How can governments use data to improve municipal performance? John Longbottom, head of IBM Smarter Cities, explains.
Former Attorney General proposed as head of accounting oversight body, reported Jeff Mackey.
What’s the best way to show your employees you appreciate them? Toby Fyfe says a simple “thank you” goes a long way.
Is being replaceable a good thing? In her final blog post, Tabatha Soltay argues that it is.
How secure is your data? Associate editor Chris Thatcher speaks with a former director of the NSA and CIA.
What can we do about corruption in the government? John Wilkins has a few ideas.
Craig Sellars blogs about the top 150 words in the 1st, 6th, 11th, 16th, and 20th Annual Report to the PM.
Have a wonderful weekend, everyone! And don’t forget to register for our Leadership Summit!