Doug Lloyd is the financial system authority for the government of Canada. He is responsible for developing and setting financial business processes for the government, as well as establishing common financial information, common financial configurations, and policies on the stewardship of financial management systems (both automated and manual). His team is also responsible for a community building and capacity development regime for finance personnel in the government, as well as operating a centre of outreach aspects of finance. Prior to this, Mr. Lloyd was on exchange from the private sector where he was the President and CEO of a private sector niche management consulting company and was responsible for managing and troubleshooting major crown projects for Treasury Board Secretariat, Public Works and Government Services Canada and Human Resources Development Canada. He won two distinction awards from the industry for project management at this time. Mr. Lloyd is the former President and Chair of the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority, the provincial Crown Corporation responsible for all yellow school busses in Ottawa-Carleton; and is now the chair of the National Institute on Biomass, Renewable and Clean Technologies.Mr. Lloyd has an MBA from the University of Ottawa with a concentration in Finance and Accounting, and is CMC, CMA and PMP certified. He is in process of completing a PhD in Public Administration specialising in building high performing teams using intergenerational techniques. A subject he lectures on frequently to universities, colleges and professional associations.
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