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Professional Development (PD) Days

The Financial Management Institute's Capital Chapter is pleased to provide you with the new program brochure for the 2014-15

Professional Development (PD) year. The content is based on extensive stakeholder engagement to strategically approach training needs, identified by CFOs and DCFOs and align these needs with horizontal, objectives and new policy development from the center through consultation with the OCG. Our objective to provide relevant and current training to meet the needs of the financial community culminated in six (6) planned PD Days which were strategically selected to maximise value for participants.

Our sessions are primarily in English.  We strive to provide all PD Day presentations and documents and their posting to the website in both English and French. All participants to the PD Days are encouraged to ask questions in either English or French, the official languages of Canada.

Cost:
Members: $305  + HST
Non-Members: $355  + HST
Group of Four Package for single event $1320/4 + HST

 

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Please register early as space is limited.
For more information, email the Capital Chapter Office at  capital@fmi-cc.ca

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MAXIMIZING BUSINESS EFFICIENCIES: HOW THRIVING FEDERAL ORGANIZATIONS LEVERAGE THEIR COLLECTIVE EXPERTISE

Thursday, May 21, 2015

HOW GOVERNMENT WORKS - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROCESS SUPPORTING THE GOVERNMENT'S AGENDA AND THE ROLE OF DEPARTMENTS LEADING THIS PROCESS

Thursday, June 11, 2015

ANNUAL YEAR END CELEBRATION

Thursday, June 11, 2015

PD Day Cancellation Policy

Cancellation of your registration must be received by email up to 72 hours prior to the PD Day. If no cancellation notice is received, you will be invoiced. Please note that if you choose to send a replacement to the PD Day, the individual will be billed according to their membership status (member rate or non-member rate) not yours.

 

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MAXIMIZING BUSINESS EFFICIENCIES: HOW THRIVING FEDERAL ORGANIZATIONS LEVERAGE THEIR COLLECTIVE EXPERTISE

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Using limited public resources effectively is everybody's business… and in an environment where cost containment is the new normal, maximizing business efficiencies is a must! Those who have been successful in that pursuit, are the ones who have found ways to leverage the collective expertise from within and across organizations. The growth of enterprise solutions, with direction from the Centre, to manage government operations further reinforces the need for increased partnership and collaboration to ensure alignment between emerging risks and appropriate controls. The rapid decision-making involved in Financial Management Transformation and Policy Reset initiatives have prompted the exposure of an emerging internal expertise that is found in unlikely places in organizations. This newfound capacity and a renewed focus on talent management can help address the stress on an enterprise's internal control management framework in inventive ways.

This professional development day will feature departments and functional communities engaged in achieving results without compromising stewardship of taxpayers' money. They will share innovative ways to provide guidance, assess controls against core reporting activities and undertake assurance work in a cost efficient, yet value-added, way through sound resource allocation. Join us on this day as we highlight GOC-wide direction that is in its early stages of implementation and showcase new and original approaches to modern challenges. See yourself and your future role in this vision of public business efficiency.

 

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HOW GOVERNMENT WORKS - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROCESS SUPPORTING THE GOVERNMENT'S AGENDA AND THE ROLE OF DEPARTMENTS LEADING THIS PROCESS

Thursday, June 11, 2015

In this Professional Development Day, an annual event, we will examine the roles and responsibilities of departments, the Prime Minister's office / Privy Council Office, Department of Finance and the Treasury Board Secretariat.  The day will focus on developing the government's agenda through the Speech from the Throne and the Federal Budget and on translating government priorities into action through Memoranda to Cabinet and Treasury Board submissions. Another important aspect of the machinery of government is effective reporting to Parliamentary committees. The day will end with a discussion on the role of the Deputy Minister as Accounting Officer, and the evolving role of the Chief Financial Officer.  This day will of special interest to all new FI's, those who need to increase their understanding of interactions between departments and central agencies.  Participants will learn the key steps in the financial process, from funding initiation to public reporting, the financial roles, responsibilities and accountabilities of key stakeholders in the government's departments and agencies.


OUR ANNUAL CELEBRATION -
SOCIAL EVENT TO CLOSE FMI-CC PROGRAMMING YEAR

Thursday June 11, 2015

An annual event not to be missed that takes place before the summer break: it is one of celebration!
Celebrating the success of the FMI-CC annual programming year!

Celebrating accomplishments!

Details to come

When:        June 11, 2015
How long:  5:00 to 7:00 pm
Open to:    FMI-CC members, those who have participated in our programs for the last year, and those
                  who are interested in getting to know us.
Where:      NAC - Panorama Room