On October 7, 2020, ICCS hosted James Stewart as a guest speaker who shared his expertise on the COVID-19 pandemic being a critical moment in the development of digital government.
James Stewart, Lead Technology Specialist, Public Digital and author of Budgeting for Change shared how governments were forced to respond at a rare pace and across sectors, their ability to communicate clearly online, adapt existing systems and establish new services at an extremely fast pace.
Now available, a digital and modernized online service, Citizen First Analytics, leveraging the “Common measurements tool”.
It’s an easy-to-use client satisfaction survey instrument that facilitates benchmarking across jurisdictions. As public-sector managers, you are quickly able to understand client expectations, assess levels of satisfaction, and identify priorities for improvement. Sign up for a free trial.
On June 17, 2020, ICCS partnered with IPSOS Public Affairs Canada to deliver a complimentary webinar on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mike Colledge, President, IPSOS Public Affairs Canada provided details on COVID-19 and its impacts are evolving rapidly for all citizens and businesses in Canada and across the world. In an uncertain world, accurate and up to date knowledge matters. He then shared the latest research and analysis related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Nominate an outstanding Canadian public sector leader who over a significant period of their career transformed the quality of citizen-centred service in their own jurisdiction and across Canada.
Presented annually, recipients of the Award must have demonstrated superior and sustained leadership that resulted in transformational change to the quality of public sector service delivery within their own jurisdiction and across jurisdictional boundaries.
The ICCS is proud to announce Richard Steele as the 2019 Heintzman Leadership Award winner in recognition of his substantial contribution to the promotion of, and commitment to citizen-centred service delivery in Canada.