Deloitte: To Whom Much Is Asked, Much Must Be Acknowledged In Return

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2nd annual IPAC Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards recognizes bold, innovative projects

Toronto, Ontario (Nov. 6, 2009) – Participants at the second annual IPAC public sector leadership conference in Toronto took a break yesterday evening to honour the winners of the 2009 IPAC Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards. Coast-to- coast, this year’s winners demonstrate a range of achievements that, individually and collectively, reinforce the benefits of public sector leadership to all Canadians.”These awards help foster a culture of innovation and support the inspirational work of public servants across the country,” said Paul Macmillan, Deloitte’s national Public Sector practice leader. “Canadians deserve to know just how hard and well their public servants work for them and the public servants deserve an opportunity to showcase the fruit of their labour,” he added.

The leaders of public sector organizations are one of Canada’s most important assets. Recognizing and building the cadre of public sector leaders is a critical ingredient in the success of our country and our communities. This national awards program encourages and acknowledges outstanding leadership within federal, provincial and municipal levels of government, as well as in health care, educational and not-for-profit organizations across the country.

“We have only scratched the surface in terms of recognizing the work being done within the public sector, said Gabriel Sekaly, Chief Executive Officer of IPAC. “With every passing year, we are more and more excited about the leadership and innovation that we’re seeing. It couldn’t be a better time to be a proud Canadian,” concluded Sekaly.

2009 IPAC Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards, by category and prize

Public Sector Leadership Award winners
IPAC and Deloitte wish to congratulate the winners of our 2009 Public Sector Leadership Awards.

Federal/Provincial category

Gold: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
Project: Response to the 2007 Passport Surge in Demand

Silver: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Project: Leading the Transformation in Stewardship

Bronze: Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solildarité sociale du Québec
Project : Pacte pour l’emploi

Municipal category

Gold: City of Toronto
Project: Streets to Home

Silver: Vancouver Police Department, City of Vancouver
Project: Reclaiming the Street of Shame

Bronze: City of Edmonton
Project: Leading Change – Neighbourhood Revitalization

Education category

Gold: Simon Fraser University
Project: Coming Down from the Mountain

Silver: The Michener Institute for Applied Health Sciences
Project: Innovation Strategy: Transforming Education in the Applied Health Sciences

Bronze: Ryerson University
Project: Leadership for Student Success

Health category

Gold: Hospital for Sick Children
Project: The Canadian Pediatric Surgical Wait Times Project

Silver: Provincial Health Services Authority, British Columbia
Project: imPROVE – PHSA’s Program Focusing on Patients and Empowering Staff

Bronze: Saint Elizabeth Health Care
Project: Partners for Aboriginal Health

Not-for-profit category

Gold: La Société de vélo en libre-service, Ville de Montréal
Project: BIXI : Société de vélo en libre-service (SVLS)

Silver: Children’s Treatment Network, Simcoe York
Project: From Vision to Reality

Bronze: Canadian Partnership Against Cancer
Project: Cancer View Canada – the CPAC Partnership Portal

Public Sector Leadership Award Finalists
We would also like to congratulate our finalists who also demonstrated outstanding leadership and innovation.

City of Toronto
Project: The kids@computers – Leading Investment in Disadvantaged Children and Communities

Deputy Minister Council, Alberta Public Service
Project: Creating a Culture of Leadership in Alberta Public Service

Health Canada
Project: Health Canada’s Way Forward Initiative: An Enterprise Approach to IT

Medical Advisory Secretariat
Project: Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Ministry of Citizens’ Services, British Columbia
Project: Project Management Centre of Excellence

Ministry of Citizens’ Services, British Columbia
Project: Advanced Communication and Collaboration Services

Institut national de santé publique du Québec
Project: Vision et leadership en santé publique

These are the types of organizations that improve our quality of life and global standing as a nation. Congratulations to all of our winners and finalists.

About the Public Sector Leadership Awards

The IPAC/Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards program recognizes organizations that have demonstrated outstanding leadership by taking bold steps to improve Canada, through advancements in public policy and management. The award winners reflect the importance of innovation, strategic thinking, trust and team building, shared vision, and effective collaboration and partnerships. Selection criteria focus on projects where leadership has enabled major organizational transformation and outstanding performance. For more information about the IPAC/Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Awards, including a list of the advisory committee and finalists, please visit: www.leadershipawards.ca

About IPAC

The Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC), founded in 1947, is a dynamic association of public servants, academics, and others interested in public administration. Anchored by our regional groups, IPAC is a membership-based organization that creates knowledge networks and leads public administration research in Canada. Since the early 1990s, IPAC has been a major player in exporting successful Canadian public sector expertise around the world.

About Deloitte

Deloitte, one of Canada’s leading professional services firms, provides audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services through more than 7,700 people in 57 offices. Deloitte operates in Quebec as Samson Belair/Deloitte & Touche s.e.n.c.r.l. Deloitte & Touche LLP, an Ontario Limited Liability Partnership, is the Canadian member firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Deloitte refers to one or more of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, a Swiss Verein, and its network of member firms, each of which is a legally separate and independent entity. Please see www.deloitte.com/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and its member firms.

For more information, please contact

Deloitte
Fabrice de Dongo
416-874-3249
fdedongo@deloitte.ca

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