• Feb 25, 2020
    Jeff Maher, Principal Engineer
    As you might expect from an organization with “digital” in its name, the Software Development Community is one of the most important parts of CDS and it’s critical that this team works well. To that end, we’re looking for a great person to be our Head of Software Development to make this community …
  • Feb 24, 2020
    Sean Boots, Policy & Josh Ruihley, Technical Advisor
    Working in the open and publishing open source software is a key part of how CDS works. Here’s why open source is useful, how CDS approaches it, and answers to questions that our friends across government sometimes ask.
  • Feb 18, 2020
    Max Neuvians and Tim Arney, Developers
    Since we introduced our Notify platform, we’ve received many questions about how it works, who can use it, and most frequently, whether or not it's free. With such great interest around the platform, we wanted to take the time to answer your questions and encourage more organizations to bring their …
  • Jan 28, 2020
    Adrianne Lee, Researcher with Help Canadians access the CPP Disability Benefit (CPP-D) partnership
    Field Notes are a new content format for the Canadian Digital Service. Shorter than a blog post, a Field Note allows delivery teams to give more regular updates, share smaller insights and continue working in the open on a continuous basis.
  • Jan 28, 2020
    Philippe Tardif, Visual Storyteller
    Are you looking to make your communications more effective? Let images help you enhance your messages.
  • Jan 9, 2020
    Jeana Frost, Mel Banyard (Design Researchers, CDS), Chris Lynam (Director General, RCMP)
    Stakeholder buy-in is a common challenge for digital delivery teams across government. By using mixed methods in design research (qualitative and quantitative), CDS was able to convey the impact of cybercrime reporting barriers surfaced in early interviews, while gathering support from the RCMP’s …