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Ian Green

PPF Chair in
Public Service Governance


Email
ian.green@ppforum.ca

Phone
(613) 238-7858 ext. 446

Recent Publications
Canada's Public Service in the 21st Century: Destination: Excellence

Collaborative Governance and Changing Federal Roles

Leading by Example: 50 Prominent Canadians Talk to us About the Federal Public Service and why Leadership Matters

A Vital National Institution: What a Cross-Section of Canadians Think about the Prospects for Canada's Public Service in the 21st Century

Born in 1949, in Ottawa, Ian Green holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Ottawa and undertook graduate work in political studies at Queen’s University.

From 1974 to 1980, Mr. Green served as a senior political aide and advisor to the Leader of the Official Opposition and subsequently the Prime Minister of Canada, Joe Clark.

He began his public service career as an analyst with the Privy Council Office (PCO), where he later became Director, Machinery of Government.

This was followed by a range of senior positions as Assistant Deputy Minister at Secretary of State, Health and Welfare Canada and Human Resources Development Canada.

In 1997, he was named Associate Deputy Minister of Human Resources Development and Vice-Chairperson of the Canada Employment Insurance Commission, followed by a three year assignment at PCO as Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet for Operations.

From 2001 to 2004, he served as Deputy Minister of Health. He retired from the Public Service in 2005.

Mr. Green is married to Joy Kane and has two children, Colin and Megan.

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