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Deadline to register: Friday, January 15, 2016
FREE for IDC Members!
The Government of Canada Workplace 2.0 Fit-up Standards (GCWP2FUS) were officially released in April 2012 and in working towards its Blueprint 20/20 objectives, the Federal Government continues to modernize its workplace. The Standards reflect current trends in office design including reduced space allocations, inclusion of collaborative space, new layouts and sustainable design principles.
The objective of Workplace 2.0 is to create a modern workplace that will enable public servants to work smarter, greener and healthier to serve Canadians better. Workplace 2.0 is a government-wide approach that modernizes how public service works. Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) recently renamed Public Services and Procurement is leading the way with these standards.
If you are involved in government of Canada fit-ups, this webinar will provide you with the tools you need to understand and apply the GCWP2FUS. This session will provide an overview of the Accommodation Management Framework, GCWP2FUS, Funding Accountabilities, Space Allocations Standards, Guidelines on Special Purpose Space, Policy on Duty to Accommodate, the Non-Compliance Process, as well as highlight the benefits and lessons learned from completed projects. You will also learn how to use the Space Allocation Standards Calculator and define worker profiles. Photos of recent projects across the country will be shared and an opportunity will be provided for PWGSC officials to respond to your questions about Workplace 2.0 and designing for the federal government.
Presenter: Daniel Groulx
Daniel has been the manager of the Strategies and Policies Group within the National Accommodation Management and Workplace Solutions directorate within the RPB, PWGSC since April 2014. He has been with the Federal Government since 1998 and has gained experience in a wide variety of areas over this time. During the past 13 years, Daniel has been directly involved in the accommodation/real property area, leading many accommodation projects on a national level. Daniel was most notably known for his role as the head of facilities for the department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) between 2007 and 2014.
Presenter: Allie O’Neill
Allie is a senior policy adviser for the National Accommodation and Workplace Solutions with Real Property Branch, Public Works and Government Services Canada. She works frequently with the Government of Canada Workplace 2.0 Fit-up Standards, Space Allocation Standards and the Public Works Special Purpose Space Guidelines. In addition, she is a Registered interior designer of Ontario with diplomas in interior design and in creative arts. She is a member of IDC and a chartered member of the Toastmasters public speaking club. Over the last 15 years, she has acquired experience working with various clients in the design and construction of their workplace. Over the last several years, she has provided national accommodation advice and guidance on implementing the Government of Canada Workplace 2.0 Fit-up Standards and delivered numerous webinars on these standards.
|Location||From your home or office (Map)|
|Date & Time||Tuesday, January 19, 2016|
10 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET
Please note the webinar time in your time zone.
|Fees||FREE for IDC members!|
|Register||Please click here to register.|
|CEU||2 non-IDCEC hours|