In this 70-minute podcast, Mr. Daniel Steeves, Chief Information Officer with the Ottawa Police Service (OPS), provides a multimedia presentation offering an overview of the OPS IT Roadmap, discussing its tangible and intangible benefits, how it will help the Service to change how it operates and improve public safety outcomes, and critical success factors. Mr. Steeves also answers questions regarding the pending request for proposal (RFP) due to be released this month.
The OPS IT Roadmap involves a 6-year implementation plan that is projected to cost in the range of $40M - $48M and result in $24M in cumulative benefits. The RFP is expected to be released in May 2016 with the Prime selected by October 2016.
To access the recording and a PDF copy of the 65-page briefing material provided during the session, please send an email to Cathi Malette @ firstname.lastname@example.org requesting access.
Access fees apply, which are added to our advocacy fund to support innovation and entrepreneurship in Canada.
CATA Members: $35
Police Representatives: no cost - request must originate from work email to confirm status
This live briefing will focus on the current state of Public Alerting in Canada, where we are today and where we need to go with inclusion of the Wireless Service Providers participation in providing Wireless Public Alerting to all Canadians and on all networks. Focus will be placed on the need for enhanced processes and the current realities of technology to help shape the future direction and ultimately enhance the safety of all Canadians.
Tune in to the following link on Wednesday, May 18 @ 11:00 AM EST to view this interview:
Tune into this planned 10-minute interview as Inspector Brendan Dodd provides an overview of the mandate, composition and priorities being addressed by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police ICT Committee. He will further discuss plans for the development of a dedicated series of podcasts featuring ICT Committee representatives offering regular updates on key activities taking place on specific files such as NG 911, the Canadian Community Safety Information Management Strategy, and Nationally-Accepted Background Checks for Vendors, to name only a few.
Watch this live broadcast Thursday, May 19 @ 4:00 PM EST by using this link:
The CATAAlliance is pleased to announce the formation of a senior body of law enforcement and noted subject matter experts to tackle the many faceted challenges of cybercrime in Canada. The inaugural meeting takes place May 17 with new events, research and an online portal soon to be announced.
For details on the founding members and mandate, see this link:
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