February 4, 2014Doug Hadden
Presentation at FreeBalance-sponsored event to discuss human-centric practices for transformational change in government
Ottawa, Canada (February 4, 2014) – FreeBalance, a leading vendor of Government Resource Planning (GRP) software, is pleased to announce David Robillard as a guest speaker at the bi-annual Ministers’ Roundtable event taking place between February 2-5, 2014 in Antigua & Barbuda. Mr. Robillard’s presentation “Reputation & Information Technology, The Human Factor” will describe the reputational benefits of information assurance in the public sector.
Mr. Robillard will be presenting at the Ministers’ Roundtable on February 4, 2014. He is President of MultiLatin with extensive experience carrying out reputational due diligence and background checks. “Security solutions must consider human risks, including employee and third parties, in order to reduce costs and to improve overall effectiveness,” said Mr. Robillard. The roundtable event will focus on how participating countries have leveraged technology to drive sustainable government reform and modernization efforts. Mr. Robillard will also be speaking at the FreeBalance International Steering Committee (FISC) event that takes place in parallel with the Ministers’ Roundtable.
For more than 15 years, Mr. Robillard has advised boards of directors and senior managers on business partnering, corporate investigations and competitive risks in a range of industries including mining, infrastructure and manufacturing. Prior to founding MultiLatin, he held several senior management positions with Kroll Associates, an international risk consultancy, where he was Country Manager in Spain and Mexico, and Deputy Regional Managing Director for Latin America and the Caribbean.
FreeBalance helps governments around the world leverage robust Government Resource Planning (GRP) technology to accelerate country growth. FreeBalance is recognized as a leader in fast, adaptable and successful GRP implementations. FreeBalance provides software solutions for public financial and human resource management, and supports reform and modernization to improve governance, transparency and accountability. Good governance is required to improve development results. For more information, visit www.freebalance.com.
About the Ministers’ Roundtable
The bi-annual Ministers’ Roundtable event runs from February 2-5, 2014 in St. John’s Antigua & Barbuda. The roundtable sessions focus on how participating countries have leveraged technology to drive sustainable government reform and modernization efforts. The Ministers’ Roundtable provides an opportunity to share lessons learned and good practices from the implementation of technology to support Public Financial Management (PFM) reform. Previous Ministers’ Roundtable events were held in Istanbul, Turkey (2012) and Mt. Tremblant, Canada (2010).
The annual FreeBalance International Steering Committee (FISC) conference runs from February 2-6, 2014 in St. John’s Antigua & Barbuda. FISC provides an interactive forum to exchange Public Financial Management (PFM) good practices among international customers and PFM thought leaders. FISC drives the FreeBalance Accountability Suite Government Resource Planning (GRP) product direction. Previous FISC events were held in Ottawa, Canada (2013); Istanbul, Turkey (2012); Madeira, Portugal (2011); Mt. Tremblant, Canada (2010); Prague, Czech Republic (2009); Cascais, Portugal (2008); and London, United Kingdom (2007).
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