Dr. Eric Champagne is a Professor of Public Administration at the School of Political Studies and Director of the Centre on Governance at the University of Ottawa. Before joining the University of Ottawa, Dr. Champagne spent several years at the World Bank working as a program manager and public sector reform specialist and as a strategic advisor to the Government of Canada on issues related to governance and public sector management. Dr. Champagne’s main fields of research and teaching include public sector management and governance; program evaluation; public policy development; multi-level governance in the areas of public infrastructure, transportation, and digital transformations that focus on a broad range of approaches and tools to improve public policy implementation and results. In 2020, he won the Pierre De Celles Award for Excellence in Teaching Public Administration presented jointly by the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) and the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA). He is also an instructor at the University of Ottawa’s Professional Development Institute and at PPX where he develops and teaches courses for practitioners in the field of public sector management and governance.