TO: ITAC Public Sector Business Committee and Ontario Public Sector Business Committee
ITAC’s September 9th Executive Briefing
Shared Services Canada: Dancing with Departments
Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Projects and Client Relationships,
Shared Services Canada
The coordination of massive IT projects across Government requires complex choreography and it’s up to Peter Bruce, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister of Projects and Client Relationships, to make sure everyone keeps in time.
How does this plan come together? And how can it impact suppliers? Find out when Mr. Bruce discusses SSC’s integrated planning process at the September 9th ITAC Executive Briefing. Mr. Bruce will also review his priorities, challenges and successes as SSC’s point person for working with Departments on the Government’s IT transformation.
Join us on September 9th for this exclusive opportunity to learn more about how the coordination process is going and how this can affect your business!
Date: Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Time: 7:30 am to 8:30 – Registration and Breakfast
8:30 am to 10:00 am – Presentation and Q&A
Location: Sheraton Ottawa Hotel, Rideau Room, 150 Albert Street, Ottawa, ON
K1P 5G2 (Map)
Cost: ITAC Members – $70.00 + HST
Registration: Click here to register!
Have questions for Peter Bruce? We’ll ask them for you, during the Q&A session. Send your questions in advance to Cindy Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Peter Bruce, Senior Assistant Deputy Minister
Project and Client Relationships, Shared Services CanadaPeter joined Shared Services Canada in August 2013 as Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Projects and Client Relationships. He is responsible for the oversight and delivery of Projects, including SSC’s own Transformation Projects (fulfilling the ‘Build’ role of our business model), as well as the vast majority of Partner-driven projects. In addition to IT Project Delivery, Peter is also responsible for the Project Management Centre of Excellence ensuring a consistent project delivery function across the Department. He leads the Relationship Management function with our Partner organizations as well as overseeing the development, implementation and evolution of the Departmental Business Intake process. Previously, Peter was the Vice President of Information Management and Information Technology at Canadian Food Inspection Agency and also the Chief Information Officer at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Prior to this, he was the Deputy Chief Information Officer for the Government of Canada. He has also worked for the Government of Ontario with the Ministries of Education and Training, Colleges and Universities as well as at Management Board Secretariat from July 2000 to July 2002. He has extensive experience with the Federal Public Service having worked in a range of departments over 25 years including as the CIO for the Federal Department of Justice and Chief Technology Officer for Library and Archives Canada. His public service career has been focused on improving government programs, services and operations through effective use of information technology.
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We look forward to seeing you on September 9th!