Strategies for Public Sector Transformation 2000
Electronic Service Delivery
September 26-27, 2000 - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
About the Conference
The purpose of the Strategies for Public Sector Transformation Conference 2000 was to bring together both the Information Technology
(IT) industry and government decision makers to illustrate a more efficient, cost-effective delivery of government services though
the use of cutting edge technology.
The conference affords attendees an opportunity to see first hand, through case studies, applications that are successful in other
jurisdiction and learn how they can be applied in the British Columbia public service for the benefit of taxpayers.
The Strategies Conference attracts one third of the senior bureaucrats within the provincial government of British Columbia. No
other IT conference comes close to attracting top level bureaucrats in such numbers.
Each year, the highlight of the conference is the world renowned keynote speakers such as Don Tapscott, Chairman of the
Alliance for Converging Technologies; Nicholas Negroponte, founder and director of MIT's Media Laboratory, author and
futurist Alvin Toffler and Roger Ham, CIO and Deputy Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department.
The Strategies Conference is an annual event not to be missed.