August 06, 2014




GTEC (Government Technology Exhibition and Conference) takes place from October 27th until the 30th this coming fall at the Ottawa Convention Center.  

GTEC is the primary learning and professional development forum for business and IM/IT decision makers of all levels within the government.  This year, we will take part in GTEC by setting up a booth on their exhibition floor. The goal of GTEC is to demonstrate an integrated, comprehensive view of the technologies, which enables businesses and technological leadership to take place inter-governmentally.  DKC will have a few surprises up our sleeve this year that we will be sharing with you a little closer to the convention date – we highly encourage you to come by and visit us at the show!

Government and private sector communities gather at GTEC to exchange ideas towards advancing the business of ICT and professional development in general.  GTEC is Canada’s leading showcase event for technologies and services for the public sector area and is attended by over 6,000 participants, and we can’t be more excited to be participating this year.  

It comprises keynotes, seminars, panels, workshops and round table discussions which are all very thought provoking in regards to a large selection of ICT topics.  Distinction awards are also handed out at GTEC and they set the standard for recognizing excellence in public service information technology and information management in Canada.  Some of the main conference themes of this year include access to digital services, integrated service delivery, using information as a critical enabler and intelligent infrastructure.  This year the theme of the conference is to address public sector service delivery from the ‘Outside In,’ presented by stimulating speakers whom will interact with the attendees as personally as they can.  The leading trends in ICT will be on the exhibition floor at this world-class conference, exhibition and gala – DKC is honored to be a part of such a great convention!    

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