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Canada’s Digital Government Strategy

Message from the Minister of Digital Government

It is an honour to serve as Canada’s first stand-alone Minister of Digital Government. This role was created because our government is committed to transforming the way we serve Canadians.

−The Honourable Joyce Murray, Minister of Digital Government

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Where are we now?

At its core, digital government is about modernizing and adapting the way we work to make the Government of Canada more responsive, more resilient, and most important, better at serving people.

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How did we get here?

A look back at lessons learned in enabling digital transformation across the Government of Canada.

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What we heard

Through a series of virtual roundtables, the Minister heard from experts across the country and around the world, to learn how government can continue to accelerate the move to digital in a trustworthy and secure way.

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What we’re doing

By modernizing how we manage major IT systems, providing services to people where and when they need them, enabling better collaboration across government, and transforming how we work, we can ensure that government services are secure, accessible, and easy to use from any device.

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Case studies

From designing with users to working in the open, view some examples of work underway to transform the Government of Canada to a truly digital government.

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Roadmap and key milestones

Accomplishments and key milestones in our digital journey.

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Canada’s digital efforts in the global context

Collaborating with our international partners allows us to continue to share and exchange ideas, moving towards our goal of becoming a truly digital nation.

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Working with provinces and territories

The federal government works with the provinces and territories on a wide range of public policy matters - IT and digital systems are no exception.

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The way forward

The pace of technological change continues to accelerate, and that means the continuing transition to a more digital government will be an ongoing and iterative process.

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