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Tony Dean

The Institute for Public Administration of Canada (NCR Chapter) in partnership with the Provincial Interministerial Council and the Forum of Young Professionals in the Federal Public Service invites you as we welcome:

TONY DEAN

Secretary of the Cabinet, Head of the Ontario Public Service, and the Clerk of the Executive Council

 

TOPIC: Reflections on Public Service from Ontario's Secretary of Cabinet

WHEN: Tuesday, 9th September 2003 at 6 p.m.

WHERE: Ottawa Congress Centre Capital 1B

COST:  $4 for IPAC members, $5 for Non-Members.  A cash bar will be available.

Please RVSP before September 8th, 2003 to Desirea Black at desirea.black@jus.gov.on.ca or by calling (613) 239-1418.

IPAC (NCR) is proud to host Mr. Tony Dean, Secretary of the Cabinet, Head of the Ontario Public Service, and the Clerk of the Executive Council. Mr. Dean will reflect on his experience in the public service and on the challenges that face us in the future.  In particular he will focus on the importance of creating horizontal linkages across jurisdictions, maintaining a highly motivated professional and non-partisan public service, innovation and recognition, and will provide advice to young or new public servants.

Appointed Secretary of Cabinet in November of 2002, Tony Dean has held progressively responsible positions in the Ontario Public Service since joining the organization in 1989, including Deputy Ministry of Labour and, most recently, Deputy Minister and Associate Secretary of Cabinet, Policy.

Before joining the Ontario government, he worked for 10 years in public sector collective bargaining. Dean has a B.A from the University of Hull in the United Kingdom, and a M.A from McMaster University in Hamilton.

IPAC National Capital Region: http://www.ipaciapc.ca/ncr-rcn/

Forum for Young Professionals: http://www.ottawaforum.org/forum/