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Office of the Chief Information Officer
Welcome to the Office of the Chief Information Officer.
As government’s chief IM/IT strategist, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) plays a leadership role in promoting and guiding the management of government information as a strategic business asset, and supporting technology infrastructure as a key component of business transformation. The work of the OCIO is focused on:
- IM/IT Corporate Vision
- IM/IT Legislation, Policy and Standards
- Technology Solutions
- Transformation and Technology
This includes collaborating with ministries, broader public sector organizations, communities and private sector suppliers on cross-government initiatives in support of government's objectives.
April 4, 2013
Spring Has Sprung
Try this quick quiz to test your information security awareness. If you would like to challenge yourself further try some of our past quizzes. Find additional information security awareness resources on our awareness page.
January 10, 2013
British Columbia is the Showcase Province
This year, British Columbia was the showcase province for GTEC – a major IT exhibition and conference which takes place annually in Canada and attracts about 7,000 participants over the course of the event.
We invite you to visit our GTEC pages to see who the BC winners were, listen to what the Ottawa Citizen, Ben Stewart and others had to say, as well as watch the slideshow we put together.