Tammy Labelle

Chief Information Officer

Digital Services Branch, PSPC

Tammy Labelle was appointed Chief Information Officer (CIO) in March 2018.

As CIO, Tammy Labelle drives the PSPC digital agenda including the information management and information technology strategy. Tammy also leads the maintenance of technology operations and key government-wide projects in support of government priorities and departmental service improvements.

Before being appointed CIO, Tammy was Assistant Deputy Minister of the Integrated Services Branch where she led several government programs and initiatives, such as, MyGCHR, GCSurplus, Seized Property Management, the Canadian General Standards Board, as well as the PSPC Client Service Strategy.

Tammy has extensive experience in developing and implementing large-scale business programs, computer applications and infrastructure systems. She joined the department in February 2014 as Director General of MyGCHR, where she led the successful implementation of MyGCHR, a new human resources system, across the federal government.

Additionally, Tammy was appointed by the President of the Treasury Board to the Board of Directors of the Federal Public Service Health Care Plan Administration Authority, effective June 2016.

Tammy has a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Ottawa and is a certified information technology project management professional.


Digital Disruption: Fundamentals, Business, & Execution

07/11/2019 14.15 - 14.55

BeginnerGreen stageBreakout session

If you want to disrupt the status quo or learn how to take groups of people from the regular grind into a digital leap forward than this talk is for you. Learn from three CIOs what digital disruption can look like, how to do it and what are the fundamentals to realizing disruption in today’s environment.

Digital disruption goes far beyond the hype and the catch phrases to making sure that...