Digital Governance Research - Institute on Governance

Digital Governance Research

The research you need to stay ahead of the curve and improve digital decision-making.

IOG is leading thinking about how digital is changing governance in Canada and beyond. We have invested in digital not only to keep current with where the world is, but to get ahead of where it is going. You can benefit, and contribute, via our digital governance practice’s research network.

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Research & Publications

Move your organization forward at the speed of digital. Help others do the same.

Mission-driven Research and Innovation

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Indigenous and Other Ways of Knowing

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Inclusive Innovation

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Skills and Knowledge

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Trust, Integrity, and Science Ethics

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal Discussion Paper

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Surface Robots: Final Report

By Ezra Miller, Jeff Kinder and Rhonda Moore Surface robots

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GSINN Top 10

In December 2020, the IOG launched Government Science and Innovation in

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Our digital governance research explores emerging 21st century issues of governance from a range of vantage points. We produce focused, analytical insights designed for policy practitioners as well as wider intellectual contributions on the evolving nature of government. We hope these insights will help state and society to succeed by providing clarity and vision in otherwise challenging circumstances. We aim to provide a conceptual, behavioural, and institutional framework for governing in the 21st century, and to support the wider policy community in its efforts to do the same.

Let’s discuss how we might work together.