In this video, Neil Desai of Magnet Forensics, explains that the Government of Canada has long had a narrow definition of the country’s economic infrastructure, focusing its procurement on large-scale investments in tangible assets.

However, given the global economy’s turn toward non-tangible assets — commercialized intellectual property — as the greatest driver of wealth creation, there is an opportunity to update government’s technology infrastructure to generate both long-term savings and sustainable prosperity.

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