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					                                                      IAN G. BRON
                                      400 Apple Tree Lane
                                   Ottawa, Ontario K1K 2R5
                        Home Phone: (613) 740-0192 / Mobile: (613) 296-5080
                                 E-mail: ianbron@ianbron.com


Contents:
Education ............................................................................................................................ 1
Work Experience ................................................................................................................ 1
Volunteer Work .................................................................................................................. 3
Other Experience and Qualifications .................................................................................. 4
Awards ................................................................................................................................ 4
Professional Associations ................................................................................................... 4


Education
2003 - Masters of Education (Administration) (Magna Cum Laude)
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

1998 Bachelor of Education (Magna Cum Laude)
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario

1988 Bachelor of Arts (Honours History and Political Science)
Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario

1984 Advanced High School Diploma (with Excellence)
Sir Winston Churchill High School, Calgary, Alberta



Work Experience
Public Works and Government Services Canada
Principal Consultant (December 2006 - Present)
Responsibilities:
 Leading multidisciplinary teams in the evaluation of Government of Canada projects,
   programs and policies.
 Supporting Government of Canada managers in implementing results measurement,
   from introductory sessions on process to providing advice on identifying intended
   results, indicators and instruments used to track project, program or policy
   performance.




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Transport Canada
Chief, Aviation Security Regulations (September 2005 - December 2006)
Chief, Marine Security Regulatory Affairs (November 2004 - September 2005)
Senior Evaluation Officer (May 2004 - November 2004)
Program Officer (July 2003 - May 2004)
Responsibilities:
 Leading and working with departmental staff to develop new maritime and aviation
   security regulations for Air Cargo and Canadian ships, ports and marine facilities.
 Leading and working on cost-benefit analyses for regulations being developed.
   Developed economic analysis tools and interpreted data relevant to the impact of
   various regulations on national security, safety and trade.
 Liaison with international, federal, provincial, industry, labour and NGO stakeholders
   (for example, the United States Coast Guard, Justice Canada, Department of Foreign
   Affairs and International Trade, the Canadian Shipowners Association).
 Leading consultations, making recommendations and oral presentations to senior
   management and coordinated departmental response.
 Leading multidisciplinary teams in the evaluation of Transport Canada projects,
   programs and policies.

Canadiana.org
(August 2000 - May 2005)
Library and Archives of Canada (July 2000 - September 2001)
Project Manager and Consultant
Responsibilities:
 Leading a multi-disciplinary project team for Canadiana.org (a cultural NGO) to
   deliver educational services and Web content to the public.
 Conducting analysis of various educational approaches and legislation across Canada.
 Evaluating products using a variety of qualitative and quantitative methods.
   Assessment and Evaluation of CIHM Educational Resources (2002) cited as an
   exemplar by Canadian Heritage.
 Development of promotional materials.

Various Education Placement Agencies (September 1998 - June 2000)
Short and Long Term Contract Teacher (London, England)
Responsibilities:
 Coordinating the delivery of educational services to classes of 30 or more students, as
   well as coordinating the work of a junior teacher.
 Working and liaison with parents, school administrators, London Education Authority
   inspectors and Department for Education staff.
 Team-building with colleagues, and providing direction, guidance and support to a
   junior teacher.
 Planning resource allocation, curriculum development, evaluation and the delivery of
   services to special needs students on an annual, termly, monthly, weekly and daily
   basis.




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Canadian Armed Forces (Regular Forces) (July 1984 - April 1993)
Canadian Armed Forces (Reserves) (April 1993 - April 1998)
Bridge and Administration Officer
Some responsibilities:
 Coordinating the delivery of administrative services to various units in the CF.
   Services provided by sections in my charge: pay, staffing, accommodation, travel,
   correspondence, security clearance coordination, recruiting, and other support to
   command staff.
 Managing section and unit budgets for services identified above.
 Supervising and evaluating subordinates, including supporting career development.
   Coordinating the annual evaluation of unit personnel, reviewing up to 200 evaluations
   per year.
 Second Officer of the Watch of Canadian naval vessel at sea and Officer of the Day
   alongside. Responsible for maintaining ship's routine, safety of the ship and crew and
   other supervisory duties (for example, exercising the duty staff in firefighting, flood
   control and other safety and security responsibilities).
 Prepared press releases and responded to media and public queries about the
   Canadian Armed Forces. Organized press conferences and media events.



Volunteer Work
Canadians for Accountability (June 2007 - Present)
Secretary
Responsibilities:
 Coordinating and responding to inquiries from the public.
 Responding to requests for assistance by whistleblowers in the public, private and
   volunteer sectors.
 Conducting formal analysis of whistleblower cases and accountability issues.
 Providing assistance to whistleblowers and action on accountability issues (e.g.
   counselling, preparation of written complaints, communication with authorities,
   preparation of access to information requests).
 Making presentations to various organizations.
 Providing comment to the media (e.g. op-eds, letter to editor, press releases) on
   whistleblowing and accountability issues.
 Tracking media coverage of accountability and whistleblowing issues.
 Maintaining records and coordinating group activities (e.g meetings, communication).
 Fundraising.
 Maintaining and developing the group website.




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Other Experience and Qualifications
   Formal leadership, management and administration training through the Canadian
    Armed Forces (e.g.: Regular Officer Training Plan; public speaking courses).
   Taught English as a second language.
   Experienced writer for the web and print. Published in a variety of daily newspapers
    and journals. Guest editor for Canadiana.org journal Facsimile (May 2001).
   Experienced in Web design. Experienced on Mac and PC. Use Photoshop, Word,
    WordPerfect, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and other software.
   Security clearance: SECRET (until August, 2011).
   Language profile (French): BBB



Awards
   Transport Canada Deputy Minister's Award (2004)
   Alexander Rutherford Scholarship (1984)



Professional Associations
   Ontario College of Teachers (since 1998)
   Canadian Evaluation Society (since 2003)




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