2020 -2021 Session
Registration & Fees
If you / your group were registered in 2019-20 and pay in full by November 20, 2020, the early bird fee is now $250
The regular fee for 2020-2021 is $400 (no HST payable) which covers 7 events with 6 new books, other materials and possible dinners in the Spring*. Since COVID-19 restrictions have been extended and, in particular, University of Ottawa will have no Winter 2021 on-campus activities, we have decided to use our surplus from last year and offer a deeply discounted price to encourage wide participation in a virtual Administrators’ Colloquium this year.
Until November 20, 2020 we are offering the following Early Bird rates:
- For continuing participants (from the disrupted 2019-20 series), the special Early Bird rate is $250 (no HST)
- For new registrants, the Early Bird rate is $350 (no HST)
Those whose payment is received after that date will be charged the full amount of $400. The fee may be paid through PayPal by credit card or, as in the past, by cheque or money order payable to “Administrators’ Colloquium” or by invoice to your employer (with written authorisation using Public Service training form GC211 Training Application and Authorization). For 2020, we are registered for Direct Deposit for payments from several federal departments, including Finance, TBS, INAC- Indigenous Services, ECCC, Transport Canada, DFO.
(*Our hope remains to re-start in-person meetings if the University of Ottawa re-opens for events in Spring 2021)
While the Colloquium is only sold as a series, groups are welcome to share a registration. For now, we will not be limiting spaces and you are encouraged to invite colleagues and friends to join at this year’s greatly reduced rates. Books will be delivered to registrants prior to the opening session.
Please register using the form below. Questions? Email [email protected].
* Important Notices
Registration is limited to federal public servants. Membership may be granted to students and members of the public at the discretion of the colloquium.
With COVID-19 closures and work-from-home, we will likely need personal contact information for delivery of materials