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A PPF and PRI Joint Roundtable
OUTCOMES REPORT, May 2008

Public Policy Forum
Forum des politiques publiques
1405-130 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON KIP 5G4

The Public Policy Forum is an independent, not-for-profit
organization aimed at improving the quality of government
in Canada through better dialogue between the public,
private and voluntary sectors. The Forum’s members, drawn
from business, federal and provincial governments, the voluntary
sector and organized labour, share a belief that an efficient and
effective public service is important in ensuring Canada’s
competitiveness abroad and quality of life at home. Established
in 1987, the Forum has earned a reputation as a trusted, neutral
facilitator, capable of bringing together a wide range of stakeholders
in productive dialogue. Its research program provides a neutral base
to inform collective decision-making. By promoting more information
sharing and greater links between governments and other sectors,
the Forum helps ensure public policy in this country is dynamic,
co-ordinated and responsive to future challenges and opportunities.

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