Marc Brouillard

Acting Chief Information Officer

Government of Canada, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat

Marc Brouillard is the Chief Technology Officer for the Government of Canada, in the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and is currently acting as the interim Chief Information Officer of Canada at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. Marc also served as deputy departmental CIO and acting departmental CIO at Treasury Board Secretariat.
Prior to joining the Government of Canada, Marc was VP of Business Development for a local eCommerce Services start-up. Prior to that, he spent 13 years at MONTAGE IT Services, a division of MTS/Allstream, where he held numerous positions in technology consulting and business development.

Marc provides government-wide vision and strategic leadership in pursuing world class excellence in digital integration, information management and technology, and cyber security. He has had a long and successful career as a senior public and private sector executive in information management and technology.


Public and private sector collaboration in a data-driven economy

05/11/2020 13.30 - 13.40

Executive Track: Public / Private Sector Collaboration (CIOSC)Channel 2Keynote

Join CIO Strategy Council Co-Chairs, Marc Brouillard and Jim Balsillie in conversation on some of the most highly rated and pressing digital policy areas to kick-off the afternoon’s session with the Council.

Preserving algorithmic integrity in AI systems

05/11/2020 15.00 - 15.40

Executive Track: Public / Private Sector Collaboration (CIOSC)Channel 2Keynote

Examine novel approaches and essential controls to safeguard algorithms and maintain confidence and trust in AI systems in an interactive panel session with industry and government leaders. Explore how COVID-19 has transformed advanced analytics and responsible AI.