The Organizing Committee for the 3rd Annual (2022) Digital Transformation in Government (DTiG) Conference is made up of volunteers from the public and private sector. If you are interested in volunteering for future conference events, please Contact Us.

Robert Weisman, PhD, PEng, PMP, CD1 – Conference Chair for DTiG 2022; President, ISACA Ottawa Valley Chapter; and President, Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA), Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter

Robert is an Engineer in Residence and Professor Digital Transformation and Innovation at University of Ottawa where he now teaches enterprise architecture to graduate and undergraduate students and soon Digital Transformation Leadership. He is a very active member of The Open Group and also CEO and Executive Management Consultant at Build The Vision Inc.

Jean-Luc Lemieux CPA, CMA, CISA, CIDA – Vice-Chair Cvent for DTiG 2022; Director Conferences and Secretary, ISACA Ottawa Valley Chapter

Jean-Luc is a senior consultant at Samson and Associates and President of Jean-Luc Lemieux CPA Inc. He has volunteered to manage the technology platform supporting the DTiG 2022 Conference.

Jean LapierreVice-Chair Government Advocacy for DTiG 2022; Director for Government Advocacy, Association of Enterprise Architects (AEA), Ottawa-Gatineau Chapter

Jean’s most recent public service engagement is at Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) is as an enterprise architect, seeking to enable architectural alignment and reduce technical debt. Previously, his career was focussed in the field of Data Warehousing, having worked at National Defence (DND), Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS), and Shared Services Canada (SSC). For the conference, Jean is responsible for getting key speakers for DTiG 2022 and communicating with the public service.

TBDTreasurer, ISACA Ottawa Valley Chapter


Scarlett KellyAcademic and Government Advocacy for DTiG 2022

Scarlett is an Analyst/Economist in the Office of the Comptroller General at Treasury Borad Canada Secretariat (TBS), providing policy advice in project management and investment. Her previous public service experience includes performance measurement and expert research. Scarlett is also a PhD candidate in Digital Transformation and Innovation at University of Ottawa. Scarlett’s main research area is in successful change management regarding technology from interdisciplinary lenses and project management practices in both public and private sectors. For the DTiG 2022, Scarlett is responsible for establishing partnership in academia and government.

Will Xu – Conference Website Administrator, DTiG 2022

Will serves as the Director of Communications and Webmaster for the ISACA Ottawa Valley chapter. Professionally, he is a member of the audit team at the Office of the Auditor General of Canada, conducting IT performance audits of federal government departments. He has created and maintained the web presence of DTiG 2022.