Industry Insights

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Does Taking the Long View Help?

Traditionally, U.S. federal agency plans last the length of a four-year presidential election cycle. But many challenges facing government are on a much longer cycle – such as building Defense weapon systems, adapting to climate change, and creating energy independence. In 1996, Congress mandated the Defense Department to conduct a “quadrennial defense review” (QDR) of […]

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The Election is Over – Now What?

Now that the United States elections are in the rear view mirror and the process of “governing” comes into focus, hard decisions must be made. Getting elected is a long, complex process but organizing to govern can be equally, if not more, complex and challenging. IBM’s Center for the Business of Government recently published Getting […]

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IBM Government technology solutions

Learn how you can leverage new business models, innovative capabilities and the wealth of data available to create a robust and efficient public infrastructure, ensure safety and security, support the needs of individuals, facilitate sustainable economic growth, and build stronger communities.


Cognitive Government: Enabling the data-driven economy in the cognitive era

In government, cognitive capabilities can help organizations better understand critical trends and develop insights at scale to accelerate improvements for citizens and systems in areas such as public health, education, economic development, public safety and the utilization of natural resources

Harnessing the Power of the MIT Startup Exchange (STEX) to Help Solve a Fortune 500’s Innovation Challenge

Preface: With only 12.2% of the Fortune 500 companies in 1955 still on the list in 2015[1] how might today’s C-Suite executives build a target operating model that enables their staff to uncover innovative ideas that successfully grow their businesses? In this interview, Trond Undheim (Lead for the MIT Startup Exchange and himself a serial […]

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