We invite you to attend the Common Look and Feel (CLF) 2.0 Workshop at GTEC on October 29, 2008 at 2pm in the British Columbia Room (Westin Hotel, Ottawa). The Treasury Board Secretariat Common Look and Feel Office and Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade will be making presentations on CLF Standards and CLF Implementation success stories followed by an open forum question and answer session. The session will be hosted and moderated by Thinknostic Inc. The workshop session will be presented free of charge. Seating is available on a first-come basis. Please see additional details about the workshop below.
Synopsis Draft The Common Look and Feel Standards for the Internet (CLF 2.0) provide an accessible, consistent and predictable presentation of government services and content for public facing websites. An overview of the CLF 2.0 Standards along with implementation success stories related to deploying a CLF 2.0 compliant website will be discussed by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat and Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade.
Vendors need to understand how CLF 2.0 affects their products and services and what it means to provide compliant solutions to government departments. Potential business opportunities, related to technical solutions and tools, will also be discussed followed by an open forum question and answer session.
Target Profile 1) Product vendors wishing to make products and services CLF 2.0 compliant 2) Managers looking to understand more about CLF 2.0 impacts & hear implementation success stories 3) Technical resources wanting to understand CLF 2.0 issues 4) Companies wanting to understand the business opportunities related to achieving and maintaining CLF 2.0 compliance