Articles By Chris Gillcash

Smart city architects offer blueprint for getting started

OTTAWA – The most important aspect of creating an e-community is to ensure that the locals feel ownership in the project as stakeholders, delegates told the Smart City Summit Tuesday.Public sector experts at

Published on: April 29th, 2003 Chris Gillcash

The governance of innovation

OTTAWA – The future of information technology in government may be speeding at us faster than our infrastructure can handle it.Government IT managers continue to wrestle with problems such as budget constraints, qualified

Published on: April 14th, 2003 Chris Gillcash

Feds form one-stop info shopping organization

OTTAWA — A joint project between the National Library of Canada and the National Archive of Canada is spearheading a change in the government's attitude towards information management. The two organizations came together

Published on: April 3rd, 2003 Chris Gillcash

RCMP: We’re running the risk of an information glut!

OTTAWA – Information managers need to take risks and incorporate a ""let’s just do it"" attitude if their department doesn't receive enough attention or resources, experts told the Managing Government Information conference Wednesday.Mark

Published on: March 5th, 2003 Chris Gillcash

National Library, Archive shuffle Canada’s paper policy

OTTAWA -- A joint project between the National Library of Canada and the National Archive of Canada is spearheading a change in the government's attitude towards Information Management.The two organizations came together last

Published on: March 4th, 2003 Chris Gillcash

OCRI, Nortel give cluster-building advice

OTTAWA -- The most confusing thing about clusters is that many people do not fully understand the concept, experts told more than 100 delegates at the second annual Research Money Conference Wednesday.The agenda

Published on: February 19th, 2003 Chris Gillcash

Public sector struggles with service channel integration

OTTAWA – The first step in transforming e-government services should be to recognize that citizens who use the various channels are clients, experts told the Integrating Government Service Channels conference Tuesday.Keynote speakers at

Published on: February 11th, 2003 Chris Gillcash