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Greg Lane

Deloitte Consulting, Director, Business Development
Greg is the President of the Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) and is on the board of the CIPS Ottawa Section.  Greg holds the designation of Information Systems Professional (I.S.P.). The I.S.P. is the only professional designation for Information Technology (IT) professionals in Canada.   He is the past chair of the Public Sector Business Committee for the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC).  Greg also co-chairs the Smart Sites Advisory Board for the Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (OCRI) and is on the Advisory Board for Association of Public Sector Information Professionals (DPI).

In his role as Director of Business Development for Deloitte Consulting’s Public Sector services, Greg Lane works closely with all levels of Government to secure client engagements.  Prior to joining Deloitte Consulting in 1999, Greg held senior leadership roles at both Bell Canada and EDS. Greg was also involved in international assignments in New Zealand and United States of America. While working in New Zealand, Greg guest lectured at Victoria University in Wellington.  Greg was a member of the New Zealand Institute of Management and Sales Marketing Executive International.

Greg has lectured at the University of Ottawa in the administration faculty on Governance and IT and is a fellow of the Centre on Governance. Greg has co-authored articles for journals and texts on Governance and IT and e-Government in Canada. Greg holds an MBA with specialties in Information Systems and Marketing.  On a personal note one of Greg’s proudest accomplishments is being the father of five children. 

  • project - as Ottawa helps people to connect   |   Kongres ITAPA 2003
    Mr. Greg Lane, I.S.P., is the Co-Chair of the SmartSites Steering Committee. He will describe the City of Ottawa's initiative ( to provide public internet access for all citizens including those with disabilities. In today's wired world, computers and the Internet are essential for success. Yet there are still many Ottawa residents who either don't have this technology, or for many reasons are not able to use it. SmartSites are free, Internet ready computer centres found within community organizations that already provide a host of familiar services in our neighbourhoods - places such as community centres, health centres, family houses, seniors centres and many, many more. These sites help to make sure that everyone in Ottawa has access to technology and the help they need to use it. Many of these SmartSites have staff or volunteers on hand to help new users get started using computers or emailing and navigating the net. The SmartSites Network started in 1999 when a number of local groups came together to explore how they could provide public Internet access effectively to all citizens in their communities. Their mission is " ensure co-ordination of an on-going, city-wide strategy, enabling all citizens of Ottawa to participate and have public access via the Internet to a suite of E services (i.e. EGovernment, E Democracy, E Training, E Commerce) by leveraging the energy, skills, resources and economies of scale available through a network of networks."
  • CIPS   |   Kongres ITAPA 2003
  • The Knowledge Centre Directorate (KCD)   |   Kongres ITAPA 2002
  • The canadian Information Procesing Society Canadas Association for IT Professionals   |   Kongres ITAPA 2002
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