Digital Transformation in Government Conference
June 13 - June 16
The 2023 (4th Annual) Digital Transformation in Government (DTiG) Conference is hosted by the ISACA Ottawa Valley Chapter, the University of Ottawa and the Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA) and is conducted in partnership with Dalhousie University, the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS), and the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC).
The conference brings together government professionals, private sector practitioners, and academia to share experiences, innovation and emerging standards and technologies in support of both government digital transformation (strategic effectiveness) and digitization (operational efficiency) initiatives. Attendees will be able to claim up to 30 CPEs, PDUs, or CEUs.
“… a recent survey of directors, CEOs and senior executives found that their digital transformation (DT) risk is their #1 concern in 2019. Yet 70% of all DT initiatives do not reach their goals. Of the $1.3 trillion that was spent on DT last year, it was estimated that $900 billion went to waste.” (Harvard Business Review – Tabrizi, Behnam et al 2019) “Digital Transformation: How to Beat the 90% Failure Rate (Ramesh and Delen, IEEE Engineering Management Review September 2021)
There will be three days of morning plenaries followed by afternoon streams addressing more specific topics. A fourth day will be in-person.
CIPS Certified Members – Attend and Earn Re-Certification Credits!