Thursday, October 19, 2006

Presentations From Government Information Conference Available

This is a follow-up to the Library Boy post Government of Canada Information Management Conference from August 27, 2006.

The presentations from the Government of Canada IM Conference 2006 (Oct. 2-3, at the Ottawa Congress Centre) are now available on the website of the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat:
  • IM Policy Renewal
  • IM for Corporate Administrative Shared Services: An Enterprise-Wide Perspective
  • Leveraging Web 2.0 in the Government of Canada
  • Desktop Access to Electronic Information in the GC: Opportunities and Challenges
  • Breaking Down Barriers: Information Sharing During Pandemics and Emergencies
  • The Gomery Inquiry: The Information Challenge
  • An Enterprise Content Management Strategy for the Government of Canada
  • Identity Management and its Relationship to IM
  • The United States Experience with Duty to Document
  • Experiences with Information Architecture in the Government of Canada
  • Sharing Information: Copyright and Licensing Under Open Source or Creative Commons Models
  • Beyond Production: Applying the Principles of Knowledge Transfer and Exchange to Maximize Impact
  • Building Capacity Within an Organization – a Case Study from CIDA
  • Access to Canadian Geospatial Data: Perspectives on Fees, Access, Standardization and Consistency
  • Small Agencies and Information Management
  • Information Management Software Solutions – Enabling Government of Canada Business

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