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Take a chance on me: new PCO hub to let bureaucrats take risks

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Treasury Board President Tony Clement and PCO Clerk Janice Charette. The PCO's Innovation Hub, which officially launched Feb. 11, is a central element of the Blueprint 2020 vision for modernizing the federal public service. The Hub's launch sends a signal that Ms. Charette is serious about following through on the Blueprint 2020 plan.

A new Innovation Hub run by the Privy Council Office is a sign that the public service is serious about modernizing and taking risks, but keeping its operation independent from political influence in an election year will be essential to its success.

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Take a chance on me: new PCO hub to let bureaucrats take risks

The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright
Treasury Board President Tony Clement and PCO Clerk Janice Charette. The PCO's Innovation Hub, which officially launched Feb. 11, is a central element of the Blueprint 2020 vision for modernizing the federal public service. The Hub's launch sends a signal that Ms. Charette is serious about following through on the Blueprint 2020 plan.

A new Innovation Hub run by the Privy Council Office is a sign that the public service is serious about modernizing and taking risks, but keeping its operation independent from political influence in an election year will be essential to its success.

  

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Friday, March 27, 2015
HILL LIFE & PEOPLE SLIDESHOWS
Broadbent Institute Progress Summit 2015 - Opening reception March 26, 2015

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Ed Broadbent
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Rick Smith, Robin Sears, Ed Broadbent, Rogers' Ken Whyte.
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Earnscliffe's Robin Sears
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Broadbent Institute executive director Rick Smith
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Ed Broadbent
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Charles Taylor
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Anne Lagace Dawson, Michel Venne (Executive Director of l'Institut du nouveau monde) and Valerie Plante (Montreal City Councilor)
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Liberal MP Adam Vaughan, Earncliffe's Robin Sears, former NDP MP Olivia Chow
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Pundits Guide's Alice Funke

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