Canadian Digital Service CEO Aaron Snow says the 'ambitious, but not totally outlandish deadline' prompted the release of a roadmap to meet that goal.
'Folks in the tech sector love to fall in love with problems,' says Aaron Snow, who leads a team of a few dozen people tasked with solving the government's digital service problems. The Hill Times photograph by Mike Lapointe
At just a little over two years old, the growing team at the Canadian Digital Service is busy thinking about an ambitious goal—how to make many government services available online by 2025.
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