ITAC’s November Executive Briefing – Transformation Information, with Benoit Long, Shared Services Canada
Join us November 5th to get the latest “Transformation Information” from Benoit Long, Senior ADM, Transformation, Service Strategy and Design at Shared Services Canada (SSC).
The ICT transformation by Shared Services Canada is gathering steam. Major procurement plans for data centres, telecommunications, and desktop communications, among others, are well underway. Mr. Long will take a brief look back to review SSC’s recent procurements. And he will provide a look forward as to the plans and priorities for the coming year, and how you can participate. With this many large procurements coming up, you can’t afford to miss it!
Be sure to join us to get the latest on the transformation of critical Government apps.
|Date:||November 5, 2013|
|Time:||7:30 am to 8:30 – Registration and Breakfast
8:30 am to 10:00 am – Presentation and Q&A
|Location:||Marriott Hotel, Victoria Ballroom North, 100 Kent Street, Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5R7|
|Cost:||ITAC Members – $70.00 + HST|
|Government Rate – $70.00 + HST|
|Non-Members – $140.00 + HST|
Have questions for Mr. Long? We’ll ask them for you, during the Q&A session. Send your questions in advance to Cindy Baker at email@example.com.
Registration: Click here to register!
Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Transformation, Service Strategy and Design Benoît Long
Mr. Benoît Long is Senior Assistant Deputy Minister, Transformation, Service Strategy and Design, at Shared Services Canada (SSC).
Benoît joined SSC from the Privy Council Office, where he held the position of Lead, Internal Functions (Finance, Human Resources, Information Management/Information Technology), Administrative Services Review. He was on secondment from his position as Chief Technology Officer of the Government of Canada at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat.
Prior to joining the federal government, Benoît occupied various positions in the private and public sector, including Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Trillium Health Partners. He has also held numerous senior executive positions in insurance and banking, including Vice President and Senior Vice President positions at CIBC and Desjardins.
Benoît holds an Executive Program Certificate in Strategy and Innovation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, and a Master of Arts in Economics and a Bachelor of Arts (Hon.) in Economics from Carleton University.
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