Trust and Design: How Digital Can Save the Future of Government | Jaimie Boyd | TEDxUNBC

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Innovation , Technology Published DATE 26/01/2022 07:27
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Technology is making it easier for governments to serve citizens. The digital age has brought tremendous innovation, equipping organizations of all kinds to serve people faster and better. The Government of British Columbia’s Chief Digital Officer will offer insight into how technology can help governments around the world provide services

Technology is making it easier for governments to serve citizens. The digital age has brought tremendous innovation, equipping organizations of all kinds to serve people faster and better. The Government of British Columbia’s Chief Digital Officer will offer insight into how technology can help governments around the world provide services
to their citizens. She’ll explore a few case studies, explore challenges, and talk about how together, governments and citizens can build a brighter future for everybody. Jaimie Boyd serves as the Chief Digital Officer of the Government of British Columbia, Canada. She leads efforts to embrace digital change, helping government to better serve citizens using modern technologies. She previously served as the Director of Open Government in the Government of Canada, supporting government transparency, accountability and citizen engagement. Jaimie previously held several positions in the Government of Canada and the private sector. She is an alumnus of the Government of Canada’s Accelerated Economist Training Program, Action Canada, the Institute for Technology and Society’s Global Policy Fellowship and the Organization of American States’ Fellowship on Open Government in the Americas. In 2018, Apolitical named her amongst the World’s Top 20 Most Influential Young People in Government. Find her on Twitter at @jaimieboyd. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.