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Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat
Company Description
Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat focuses on strengthening the openness, transparency, and accountability of government and works to get the best possible value for money, and improve the services that the people of Ontario rely on.
Industry
Government Administration
Country
Canada
Global Winner 2019
Best Architecture in Artificial Intelligence Enabled Solution
Project Title
Cognitive Computing and Innovative Services Team
Project Description
Using newly emerging and innovative technologies, the Cognitive Computing Underground Economy team of the Architecture, Information Management and Project Management (AIP) Branch in the Ontario Treasury Board Secretariat successfully delivered CAC’s first Cognitive Computing Proof of Concept (POC) to support the Ministry of Finance. Through collaborative efforts with IBM and other partners, the team developed a cognitive model that combines large quantities of tax and non-tax data to quantify the underground economy (those not paying taxes) related to home renovation in Ontario. This has made a positive impact on both the underground economy research and quality of AIP’s cognitive computing services.
Chief Architect (Project / Solution)
John Van den Hoven
Chief Information Officer
Liz Mac Kenzie
Cognitive Computing and Innovative Services Team 

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Best Architecture in Artificial Intelligence Enabled Solution
(Updated: March 12, 2020)
Overall rating 
 
7.5
Complexity of problem being addressed in this project 
 
8.0
Perceived Business Benefits 
 
7.5
Performance Indicators  
 
7.5
Stakeholder Management 
 
8.0
Framework capability 
 
7.0
Taxonomy 
 
7.0
Architecture Centric Process 
 
7.0
Architecture Artifacts 
 
8.0
Architecture Governance 
 
7.0
Innovativeness of the Architecture Work 
 
7.5
Contribution to the Architecture Discipline 
 
7.0
Developed a cognitive model that combines large quantities of tax and non-tax data to quantify the underground economy (those not paying taxes) related to home renovation in Ontario. 

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