D’Auray brings knowledge of Parliament Hill to position as new Canadian CIO
News | 09/06/2000 4:00 am EDT
Canada’s new chief information officer will bring an insider’s knowledge of Canada’s IT sector to her new position. Michelle d’Auray has been an active participant in guiding Canada’s information technology and communications policies for several years, most recently as assistant deputy minister, strategic management at Canadian Heritage. She replaces Linda Lizotte-MacPherson who is returning to the private sector.
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