ITAC invites you to join the must attend CCIO Breakfast for a thought-provoking presentation and CIO Panel discussion hosted by Dafna Carr, Corporate Chief Information Officer/Associate Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services.
Dafna Carr and her teams work with ITAC CEO and staff and ITAC’s Public Sector Business Committee to design and implement a program that is an open and transparent value exchange designed to encourage the sharing of information, opportunities, and IT challenges and solutions between industry and government. The goal of each CCIO Breakfast is to discuss how the IT vendor community can better support government business and cultivate more effective citizen-centred service delivery.
The benefits for ITAC and its member community are extensive. The CCIO Breakfast provides members with a forum to engage with government, hear first-hand their updates and learn about opportunities and future plans in a fair and equitable manner. It also provides an opportunity for vendors to establish contacts with government officials whom they might not otherwise have the opportunity to meet. By attending, ITAC members are exposed to government priorities to allow them to better focus their marketing and development specific to meet the government’s current needs.
CCIO Roundtable Breakfast Series
Thursday, December 5, 2019
Rogers, 333 Bloor St E., Toronto
Thomas A. Turner Jr., is the Sr. Vice President, Strategic & Commercial Sales, Rogers for Business, for Rogers Communications Inc., and is responsible for a team of more than 300 salespeople dedicated to Strategic, Commercial and Public Sector business customers across Canada. Tom has also held a number of progressive executive leadership positions within Rogers since 1992, serving the Rogers Cable, Wireless and Media business units. He also holds a seat on the Board of Directors for the Toronto Board of Trade, the largest policy and advocacy group for the city’s business community.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, from Michigan State University, and a Juris Doctorate (J.D.) from the PhD program at Michigan State University College of Law.
INTERACTIVE CIO PANEL DISCUSSION
CIOs and ADMs will share their insights into what makes a good ICT partner, debate the issues and challenges facing Government, and answer your questions on their strategic priorities for the upcoming year. This is your chance to get your company’s questions answered by Ontario’s top officials
Dafna Carr, Corporate Chief Information Officer/Associate Deputy Minister, Ontario Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
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