Integrated Case Management System

Integrated Case Management System


FIPA Bulletin – June 2013

In this issue: BC Election: It’s time to double down on info rights BC Election Act causes confusion, chills free speech — again Major data security issues bedevil the Federal Government A National ID Card by Stealth? Fighting for a fair deal: FIPA continues to oppose Trans-Pacific Partnership FIPA is hiring! Join the team Access […]

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Responses to FIPA’s Questions for Party Leaders

BC FIPA sent the leaders of BC’s political parties a series of questions on freedom of information and privacy issues.  Here are the responses we received:   BC Liberal Party response (pdf). BC Green Party response (pdf). BC NDP response (pdf).

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FIPA Bulletin – December 2012

In this issue: Big Wins, New Challenges: 2012 in Transparency A new year means new ways to support FIPA Privacy advocates raise red flags over C-12 surveillance measures New parliamentary study tackles big data, social media, and privacy Information Commissioner looks to overhaul Access to Information Act BC Commish tries to limit license plate surveillance […]

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FIPA Bulletin – October 2012

In this issue: 2012 BC Informatiion Summit tackles “Government 2.0” Just Rewards: Darrell Evans awarded Grace-Pépin Access to Information Award OIPC to investigate government’s failure to post FOI requests after FIPA complaint BC election law still has constitutional problems despite BC Court of Appeal ruling Lock Down: wall of secrecy around Ministry of Health privacy […]

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FIPA Bulletin – August 2012

In this issue: FIPA, allies call for public inquiry into integrated case management system Federal information commissioner announces ATIA consultations New ID theft support centre launched INFO SUMMIT 2012 – September 19, 2012 BC Government finally releases $300 million IBM contract Commissioner Denham launches section 25 investigation after FIPA, ELC complaint Staff changes and new […]

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BC FIPA and BCCLA file joint submission on proposed amendments to FIPPA

BC FIPA and the BCCLA have sent their comments on proposed amendments to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA). In line with BC FIPA’s commitment with transparency, these comments were submitted in lieu of confidential participation in the consultation process. The Ministry of Labour, Citizens’ Services, and Open Government is proposing […]

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FIPA Bulletin – August 2011

In this issue: BC’s ‘Open Information, Open Data’ plan shows promise …but the other side of ‘Government 2.0’ requires radical changes to our “antiquated” privacy protections Coalition formed to battle online spying bills FIPA turns 20! Birthday party September 28 Commissioner Denham says BC Ferries-style FOI policy “frustrates the purposes of FIPPA” BC Ferries ‘loses’ […]

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FIPA Bulletin – March 2011

In this issue: ‘Open Government’ trend is heating up – Will there be light as well as heat? FIPA to Parliamentary committee: avoid ‘open government’ models that reduce citizens’ information rights Commissioner investigates so-called “Proactive Disclosure” policies BC Government goes to court again to contest release of full IBM contract FIPA welcomes new Minister for […]

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Responses to FIPA Questions for NDP Leadership Candidates

BC FIPA sent a list of questions on freedom of information and privacy issues to the NDP leadership candidates. We received responses from Adrian Dix and John Horgan which you can download below.   Adrian Dix’ response (pdf). John Horgan’s response (pdf).

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FIPA Bulletin – July 2010

In this issue: Meet BC’s new Information and Privacy Commissioner FOIPP Act review report a mixed bag FIPA report blasts massive data-matching scheme Legal Actions: Are submissions to government consultations ‘policy advice’? BC government loses again in attempt to keep big contracts secret Dowload the bulletin (pdf).

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BC FIPA publishes “Culture of Care … or Culture of Surveillance?” a study of the Integrated Case Management System and Independent Community Services Organizations

BC FIPA today published “Culture of Care…or Culture of Surveillance?” its extensive study on the BC Government’s Integrated Case Management System (ICM) and its potential impact on independent community service organizations. “The findings of this study should sound a clear warning to government, the independent community service sector, and the general public that all is […]

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FIPA Bulletin – March 2010

In this issue: FOIPP Act review committee hears a lot about “How it was meant to be” Birthday party marks 5th Anniversary of FIPA request for IBM contract FIPA protests massive data-matching scheme Push continues for reform of federal Access to Information Act Legal Actions: Does FOI apply to the corporate subsidiaries of public bodies? […]

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