Expertise: Digital Governance, Public Sector Innovation, Digital Policy, Disruptive Technologies
Degree(s): Master in Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government; Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management, Carleton University
Ryan Androsoff is an international expert on digital government with a passion for public sector entrepreneurship. Ryan has more than two decades of experience working with government and international organizations in Canada, the United States, and Europe, and for over 10 years has been specifically focused on leading public sector digital transformation initiatives. Since 2018 Ryan has partnered with the Institute on Governance to serve as their Director of Digital Leadership Programs, and he is also a consultant for a variety of government organizations to advise on their digital transformation efforts.
Ryan was a Co-Founder of the Canadian Digital Service, a startup organization within the Canadian government launched in 2017 with the mission of helping government design, prototype, and build better digital services. From 2010-16 he served as Senior Policy Advisor on a variety of digital government initiatives in the Government of Canada’s Treasury Board Secretariat, and in 2015 spent a year as part of the OECD’s digital government team in Paris, France. An experienced and dynamic presenter, Ryan has delivered hundreds of presentations over the past decade on various aspects of digital government and public sector innovation and has received numerous awards and recognitions for his leadership and expertise in digital transformation.