Working in information management and information technology (IM/IT) with the Government of Canada
Is your passion in Information Management or Information Technology (IM/IT)? Connect with your future career and make a difference in the Federal Public Service!
Are you eager to challenge the status quo and make a real difference in the lives of Canadians? Do you thrive in dynamic and creative environments? It’s time to turn your ideas into helpful solutions by experimenting and failing-fast – become an innovator! Let’s talk SMAC (Social, Mobile, Analytics, Cloud).
Make your voice heard by joining Canada’s largest employer as it transforms into a digital government!
Take charge of your career and become part of a collaborative and progressive team of information management and information technology (IM/IT) professionals within the Government of Canada.
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Services and information
The Canadian Digital Service is focused first and foremost on delivery: building simple, easy to use services directly with federal departments. We learn by doing, and we use this experience to keep our work firmly grounded in practical experience.
The Government of Canada needs a new approach to buying goods and services. Our existing procurement system is robust and rigorous, but it’s time to try something new.
Canada has agreed to be the lead government chair of Open Government Partnership for 2018-19 while serving as supporting government chair for 2017-18.
Discover our values, how we embrace diversity and support healthy, respectful workplaces.
Access Government of Canada collective agreements that provide information on rates of pay, working conditions, terms and conditions of employment, and leave provisions.
Access the rates of pay for Government of Canada employees, including employees who are represented by a union, senior excluded and unrepresented employees, and students.
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