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Atlantic CIO Briefing
September 20 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am ADT
Hybrid Event | October 6, 2022 from 9:00 – 10:30 am EDT | 10:00 – 11:30 am ADT
Two ways to attend this exciting session – in-person or virtually!
TECHNATION works with CIO leaders from across Canada at all levels of the public sector. After hosting a well-attended virtual CIO briefing session in June 2021, we are back hosting a hybrid event to profile more amazing forward-thinking leaders from the Atlantic Region to discuss critical issues and to identify digital acceleration opportunities for government services (including ongoing Covid recovery and response).
This curated dialogue will create an open and transparent value exchange between industry and government; increased awareness of current challenges and opportunities; and identify opportunities for innovative, citizen-centric digital solutions and collaboration, partnership, and co-creation.
TECHNATION will host this important briefing with a hybrid format to allow speakers to participate from throughout the region and attendees from across Canada.
Natasha Clarke, Chief Digital Officer (CDO), Associate Deputy Minister (ADM) at Service Nova Scotia and Internal Services, Government of Nova Scotia
Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy VP Research and Innovation and Discovery and Chief Executive Nurse, Nova Scotia Health Authority
Date: October 6, 2022
Location: VOLTA 505 Barrington St Unit 100, Halifax, NS B3J 3K5
Ticket Prices: TECHNATION Members – $40.00
Non Members – $60.00
Government Employees (limited tickets) – complimentary
In-Person Agenda (timezone ADT):
9:30 am – Registration/Networking/Continental Breakfast
10:00 am – Presentations and Q&A
11:30 am – Networking
12:00 pm – End of Event
Date: October 6, 2022
Stream Platform: Microsoft Teams
Ticket Prices: TECHNATION Members – $25.00
Non Members – $40.00
Government Employees – complimentary
9:00 am EDT | 10:00 am ADT – Presentations and Q&A
10:30 am EDT | 11:30 am ADT – End of Stream
Natasha Clarke is the Associate Deputy Minister, Chief Digital Officer, with Service Nova Scotia & Internal Services.
In her role as CDO her mission is focused on making simpler, and easier services for the people that use them.
Natasha is a passionate, values driven leader, motivated by making a difference for Nova Scotians through partnerships, collaboration and empowering teams.
She is the board President of the Institute for Citizen Centre Service (ICCS), and a member of the Public Sector Chief Information Officer Council of Canada (PSCIOC).
Dr. Gail Tomblin Murphy, Vice President of Research, Innovation and Discovery and Chief Nurse Executive at Nova Scotia Health is a champion of innovation in healthcare, leading teams and partners through Nova Scotia Health’s Innovation Hub to seek creative solutions to provide high-quality and timely access to care for Nova Scotians.
Gail is an internationally recognized expert in population needs-based approaches to health systems strengthening and workforce planning, evaluation, capacity-building, and research. She is an expert advisor on health workforce planning for the WHO/PAHO and is Director of its Collaborating Centre on Health Workforce Planning and Research at Dalhousie University.
Gail’s research involves leading/co-leading multi-disciplinary teams and working with national and international partners. Her work has been widely funded and published; garnering extensive interest from governments and other stakeholders because of its significant impact on health policy and practice worldwide.Register