The engagement session, which took place October 13, 2017, sought to help the OPS understand how they can collaborate with individuals and organizations outside of the public service to achieve some core principles guiding its renewal:
We convened Greater Toronto Area-based participants who partner and collaborate with the OPS, including individuals representing think tanks, academics, non-profits, private sector organizations that provider consultation and other services to the OPS, transfer payment agencies, and youth to answer the following questions:
The insights and ideas that emerged from Transforming the the Ontario Public Service (OPS) for the Future: Engagement Session offer a valuable perspective from Ontarians. We are excited by the potential of these insights and ideas to inform public service renewal efforts at the Ontario Public Service. This engagement session was undertaken as part of a partnership between the Brookfield Institute’s Policy Innovation Platform and the Government of Ontario, Cabinet Office Policy Innovation Hub.
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