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NEW: Jocelyne Bourgon receives medal as Chevalier of France's Ordre national du Mérite

On February 27th, 2024, the French Embassy in Ottawa held a ceremony giving the Honourable Jocelyne Bourgon, former Clerk of Canada’s Privy Council and head of Public Governance International, a medal as Chevalier in the Ordre national du Mérite. Bourgon’s thirty-year relationship with the French government has been enriched by her experience in Canada and abroad, and in particular by the work of the PGI team on the New Synthesis Initiative.

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Modernizing Public Governance in Theory and Practice:

Serving and governing are more challenging than ever. Public sector leaders are facing:

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New Public Governance: Different ideas for a different time

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PGI President: The Honourable Jocelyne Bourgon P.C., O.C.

Madame Jocelyne Bourgon is the founding President of Public Governance International (PGI), the leader of the New Synthesis initiative, an international effort aimed at modernizing public governance, and the President Emerita of the Canada School of Public Service.

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Reflecting on the National Public Service Week of Canada, PGI has dug deep into our archives to share the first-ever digital Annual Report to the Prime Minister on the Public Service of Canada. The Sixth Annual Report was Madame Bourgon’s final report to the Prime Minister of Canada as she was preparing to move on from her role as the first female Clerk of the Privy Council. Her final report is reflective of her esteemed tenure as Clerk, one that continuously pushed boundaries and guided the Public Service of Canada through an unprecedented period of change to prepare for the challenges of the 21st century.