Ryan Androsoff is an international expert on digital government and an enthusiastic advocate for the modernization of public sector organizations through the use of digital technology and user-centered design approaches. With a passion for public sector entrepreneurship, Ryan has nearly two decades of experience working with a variety of government and international organizations, as well as elected officials, in Canada, the United States, and Europe. For the past 10 years, Ryan has been specifically focused on public sector digital transformation initiatives. He was a senior advisor on digital government at the federal Treasury Board Secretariat, and went on to lead the creation of the Canadian Digital Service, a startup organization within the Canadian government launched in 2017 with the mission of helping government design, prototype, and build better digital services. He also has been part the OECD’s digital government team in Paris, France working with governments around the world on digital services and open data initiatives. Currently, Ryan has partnered with the Institute on Governance to lead their Digital Executive Leadership Program for public sector executives and is serving as a consultant for government organizations to advise on their digital transformation efforts.
An experienced and dynamic presenter, Ryan has delivered hundreds of presentations over the past decade on various aspects of digital transformation and public sector innovation to audiences ranging from senior executive committees, to keynote addresses at conferences, to live webinar training sessions. For his leadership and expertise in digital transformation initiatives, Ryan has been recognized by twice receiving the Treasury Board of Canada Merit Award (2013 & 2017), the GTEC (Government Technology Exhibition and Conference) Next Generation Leadership Award (2011), and in 2017 was named one of the 75 most distinguished alumni of Carleton University’s Faculty of Public Affairs.