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National Public Service Week
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-06-11)

Federal public servants across the country have every reason to be proud of their accomplishments. They ranked #1 in the 2017 International Civil Service Effectiveness Index.

NPSW
Cracking the Code
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-05-30)

The Cracking the Code video helps people who are looking for a new career with the Government of Canada to navigate the application process step by step.

Recruitment
Open Government Week – cause for celebration
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-05-07)

Canada is joining the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and countries around the world in hosting Open Government Week from May 7-11, 2018. Join us in celebrating transparency, accountability, and participation in government.

Open government
What is Public Engagement?
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-03-07)

How do you want to be engaged? Laura Wesley provides her insights on what public engagement means, and how the Government of Canada is trying to involve citizens and stakeholders in government decision making, and the activities and business of government.

Open government
Canada joins leading digital nations in D7
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-02-23)

Minister Brison explains how joining the Digital 7 (D7) provides Canada fresh opportunities to learn from the world leaders in digital government.

Digital transformation
The Faces of Mental Health in the Public Service
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-01-31)

As part of Bell Canada's efforts to reduce the stigma of mental illness, the Government of Canada's Center of Expertise on Mental Health in the Workplace invites you to join the dialogue in building a mentally healthier, safer, collaborative, inclusive and respectful workplace.

Mental health
What is Canada doing on Open Government
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-01-11)

Learn how we are making government open to all Canadians. Jaimie Boyd, who leads the open government team, shares how her team is helping to make open government part of how we do public policy in the Government of Canada.

Open government
Opening up government through Open by Default
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2018-01-05)

Learn how we are making open government possible for all Canadians. Alex Benay, the Government of Canada's Chief Information Officer, shares how the Open by Default Pilot is opening up government working documents as they're being created for all Canadians to use.

Open government
Canada's Greening Government Strategy
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-12-19)

Canada has committed to combat climate change by showing leadership and putting our own house in order. We want to push ourselves to be as low-carbon as we can, because it's what we need to do. With a pathway set by the new Greening Government Strategy, we will be using less water, producing less waste, and ensuring our carbon footprint is as small as possible.

Greening government
What is Open Government?
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-11-02)

We asked some of our colleagues in the Open Government Secretariat to share their thoughts on what open government means, and how you can get involved.

Open government
Bold, Digital Government (Alex Benay rant)
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-10-26)

Alex Benay, the Government of Canada's Chief Information Officer, explores government's digital future in this video rant.

Digital transformation
Open Government Action Plan Callout - Melanie Robert
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-10-25)

We are now creating Canada's 4th Action Plan on Open Government. This is your opportunity to help make government more open and responsive!

Open government
TBS 2017 Post-Secondary Recruitment Program podcast
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-10-18)

Alix Dostal and Jesse Fleming discuss the 2017 Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) Post-Secondary Recruitment Program and the type of work accomplished by TBS analysts.

Recruitment
Minister Brison talks innovative funding models
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-10-17)

The Treasury Board Secretariat is giving departments new paths for distributing government grants and contribution programs that aim to solve existing problems. The new TBS approach, entitled generic terms and conditions, applies to all departments and agencies covered by the Treasury Board Policy on Transfer Payments.

Funding
Create your Canada
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-09-15)

A diverse civil service improves our capacity to innovate by bringing different ways of thinking and skills to the workplace. That's why the Government of Canada is working to encourage more diversity in its IT community.

IT community
Announcement on diversity in the federal public service
(Toronto, Ontario – 2017-04-20)

The President of the Treasury Board, the Honourable Scott Brison, and the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, welcome an important initiative by the Public Service Commission of Canada to test the sustainability and effectiveness of applying name-blind recruitment techniques in the federal public service.

Diversity
Greening our government culture
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2017-03-08)

Learn how the Government of Canada and other organizations can build a workplace culture of sustainability.

Greening government
Culture change at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2016-12-02)

This report highlights a number of government wide and internal initiatives that TBS has either implemented in the past year or is now carrying out to modernize Canada's public service.

Culture change
Mental health in the workplace: make a difference
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2016-11-28)

Health and wellness are crucial to our workplace. As public servants, we all have a role to play to ensure we work in a healthy, respectful and supportive work environment. Together, we can achieve that goal and strive to be a high performing public service.

Mental health
Moving Forward with Greening Government
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2016-11-03)

Watch this discussion on the future of greening government with Catherine McKenna, the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change, Treasury Board President Scott Brison and Parliamentary Secretary Joyce Murray.

Greening government
GCTools: re-imagined for you
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2016-08-31)

The GCTools, which now include GCconnex, GCpedia, GCintranet, GCdirectory and GCcollab, have been updated with improved user functionality and a common look. These tools make your job easier with more ways to collaborate, network and access authoritative content.

GCTools
Women's History Month (5 of 5): The Honourable Jocelyne Bourgon
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-10-30)

The Honourable Jocelyne Bourgon, P.C., O.C., the first female Clerk of the Privy Council and Secretary to the Cabinet, discusses her work experience.

Women's history month
Women's History Month (4 of 5): Major (Ret.) Deanna Brasseur
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-10-23)

Major (Ret.) Deanna Brasseur, Canada's first female jet fighter pilot, explains how changes to Canadian Armed Forces rules and laws in 1979 allowed her to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a pilot.

Women's history month
Women's History Month (3 of 5): Dr. Donna Kirkwood
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-10-16)

Dr. Donna Kirkwood explains how she left the academic sector to share her knowledge and skills to become the first Director of the Geological Survey of Canada – the country's oldest scientific agency and one of its first government organizations – and how she supports girls in science.

Women's history month
Women's History Month (2 of 5): Brigadier-General Lise Bourgon
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-10-09)

Brigadier-General Lise Bourgon, currently Canadian commander of Joint Task Force Iraq, talks about how her military journey started on the Shearwater base as a pilot and has culminated in her becoming the first pilot Colonel commander of that same squadron.

Women's history month
Women's History Month: Her Story, Our Story – Celebrating Canadian Women
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-10-01)

October is Women's History Month. This photomontage highlights the outstanding achievements of women who have shaped the nation in which we live: as pioneers taking the first bold steps into the unknown, as innovators accelerating progress, and as activists at the vanguard of social change.

Women's history month
Financial Officer Recruitment and Development Program (FORD)
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-03-26)

Past and present participants of the Financial Officer Recruitment and Development (FORD) Program speak of their experience in the program which recruits eligible university graduates for full-time, entry-level positions throughout the federal government.

FORD program
International Women's Day
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2015-03-05)

Video tribute to female public servants, recognizing women's contributions, both past and present for International Women's Day.

International women's day
History of Estimates
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2014-11-12)

The Expenditure Management System is designed to ensure that all programs are focused on results, provide value for taxpayers' money and are aligned with the government's priorities and responsibilities.

Expenditure management system
National Public Service Week Video: Meet Helen Small
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2014-06-17)

Meet Helen Small, a proud former public servant who, in 1950, became the first female analyst to work at TBS.

NPSW
Management Accountability Framework Assessment Process
(Ottawa, Ontario – 2014-06-16)

The MAF is a key tool of oversight that is used by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) to help ensure that federal departments and agencies are well managed, accountable and that resources are allocated to achieve results.

MAF
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