City of Thunder Bay Digital Strategy

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The City of Thunder Bay Corporate Digital Strategy will be presented to City Council as a First Report on Nov. 22, and considered for endorsement at the Dec. 20 meeting. We invited you to read the proposed City of Thunder Bay Corporate Digital Strategy and the Report to Council.

The Digital Strategy sets out the framework for delivering customer-centred, digitally-powered City services and identifies a number of digital initiatives that should be actioned. The development of the Strategy was informed though a collaborative approach that included input from all City Divisions, committees of council (Community Communications , Accessibility Advisory), members of City Council, the Executive Management Team , various external stakeholder sand the Public through the get involved engagement platform.

Background

In today’s day and age, we find ourselves living and working in a digital, technology-driven world. Our reliance upon technology has become even more evident through the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are embracing our digital world and developing a digital strategy for the City of Thunder Bay. The Digital Strategy is all about how we can use technology to make our community work better in the digital age. Perry Group Consulting has been employed by the City to take-on this work and develop our roadmap to transform service delivery and City processes for you, our residents.

Our public engagement period ran from May 31 - June 13, 2021. Thank you for your input.

Your input has helped inform the development and implementation of the City’s new Digital Strategy as we look ahead to tomorrow and the years to come.




The City of Thunder Bay Corporate Digital Strategy will be presented to City Council as a First Report on Nov. 22, and considered for endorsement at the Dec. 20 meeting. We invited you to read the proposed City of Thunder Bay Corporate Digital Strategy and the Report to Council.

The Digital Strategy sets out the framework for delivering customer-centred, digitally-powered City services and identifies a number of digital initiatives that should be actioned. The development of the Strategy was informed though a collaborative approach that included input from all City Divisions, committees of council (Community Communications , Accessibility Advisory), members of City Council, the Executive Management Team , various external stakeholder sand the Public through the get involved engagement platform.

Background

In today’s day and age, we find ourselves living and working in a digital, technology-driven world. Our reliance upon technology has become even more evident through the COVID-19 pandemic.

We are embracing our digital world and developing a digital strategy for the City of Thunder Bay. The Digital Strategy is all about how we can use technology to make our community work better in the digital age. Perry Group Consulting has been employed by the City to take-on this work and develop our roadmap to transform service delivery and City processes for you, our residents.

Our public engagement period ran from May 31 - June 13, 2021. Thank you for your input.

Your input has helped inform the development and implementation of the City’s new Digital Strategy as we look ahead to tomorrow and the years to come.




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    Get involved in the conversation. We invited you to participate in our virtual focus group as we discuss how the City can use technology to improve the quality of life for the residents of Thunder Bay. 

    Once registered, watch for an email from Perry Group Consulting the week of June 14th which will include your link to participate in the June 23 focus group. The virtual session will run from 6 - 8 pm. We hope you can join us!

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