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Charles Perron

Charles Perron

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Charles Perron, CA, CPA
Partner, Canadian public sector leader

Charles Perron is the Public sector leader for Canada and Lead partner serving the Government of Canada.

Specializing in finance and performance management including financial process redesign and financial reporting, Charles is a Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Consultant who holds a Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and a graduate certificate in Public Leadership and Governance from the University of Ottawa.

Deloitte has been serving governments around the world for over 150 years and Charles has been with Deloitte for over 25 of those years, including 17 as a partner and 7 as managing partner for the Ottawa region.

He has extensive Canadian Public Sector, Federal Government and Private Sector experience and has worked for a wide variety of organizations including Bell Canada, Telesat Canada, City of Ottawa, Hydro Utility, University of Ottawa, Canadian International Development Agency, Canada Post, CBC/Radio-Canada, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Royal Canadian Mint, Canadian Tourism Commission, Canadian Air Transport Security Authority, Industry Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Heritage Canada, Natural Resources Canada and the Department of National Defence.

Along with senior Canadian civil servants, Charles recently completed the University of Ottawa’s two-year Certificate Program in Public Sector Leadership and Governance. The theme of the program was “Preparing Canada’s Public Sector Leaders for a Global Future”. Topics including governance, public sector management, Canada in the world theatre and evidence-based decision making made the course particularly relevant to Charles’ focus on the public sector and the Government of Canada.

He continues to learn how governments operate and recognizes that it isn’t always possible to “transfer” private-sector value to public sector clients. Experience and knowledge can however be used to show the way to best-practices that create value.