PIPSC president Debi Daviau says that the amount spent on outsourcing has increased ‘despite commitment by the government to reduce spending on external consultants to 2005 levels,’ at union’s annual general meeting.
PIPSC president Debi Daviau, pictured on Nov. 8, 2019, at the Hilton Lac Leamy Conference Centre in Gatineau, Que., at the PIPSC's 100th Annual General Meeting. PIPSC represents some 57,000 government IT workers, scientists, and other professionals in the federal public service. The Hill Times photograph by Mike Lapointe
Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada president Debi Daviau says her union will look to expand their fight against government outsourcing in the coming year.
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