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This Web site was developed by Canadian public sector employees to share information in the area of project management.


The purpose of the Public Sector Forum (PSPMF) is to provide Public Sector organizations an opportunity to develop project management expertise by learning from other public sector individuals and organizations.

PSPMF Strategy

Since 2002, at no cost to the individual attendees, public sector employees are provided an opportunity to share public sector specific project management information including: templates, training, tools, techniques and most importantly lessons learned.

With the assistance of the PSPMF Steering Committee, the hosting organization develops the agenda, co-ordinates speakers, provides the facility and refreshments for all attendees. In these times of fiscal constraints and travel limitations this host-funded approach has ensured capacity registration for each PSPMF.

PSPMF Champions and Hosts

The PSPMF appreciates and gratefully recognizes the following champions and hosts:

Region of Durham, City of Hamilton, City of Mississauga, Town of Newmarket, City of Oakville, Region of Peel, City of Toronto, City of Vaughan, Humber College, and the Province of Ontario.

Fall 2019 Public Sector Project Management Forum

The Hamilton Public Library will be hosting this year's Fall Forum.

Save the date: November 13, 2019

If you are interested in getting involved in co-hosting or hosting future forums, please contact Jessie Fones at Jessie.Fones@durham.ca.

Mission Statement

To coordinate a dynamic "Public Sector Project Management Forum" that provides an opportunity for project practitioners in the broader public sector to network, collaborate, and share ideas in the interests of improving project management.

Vision Statement

Ensure the broader public sector agencies are represented at PSPM Forums.

To provide a variety of project management common topics of interest for forum discussions with a focus on topics that are particular to the public sector.