Blogs

Honoring IBM Veterans

Beginning with Veterans Day in 2016, IBM U.S. Federal has published internally the profiles of some of IBM’s veterans and active duty service members. This year, we’re going live – and I am proud and humbled to share with you the personal accounts of some of IBM’s finest.

- Lt. Samuel J. Gordy, US Navy, now General Manager, IBM US Federal

Changing the face of courage

We’ve long acknowledged and celebrated – rightly so – the courageous men who took part in the revolution and who have fought for America ever since, including right now as I write this. It’s well past time, though, that we ought to think of women, too, when we talk about “courage.”

-Lisa Mascolo, Managing Director, IBM U.S. Public Service

Lessons for Business as the Pentagon Embraces AI

In April of 2016, during a speech to a room full of NATO allies in Brussels, then-U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work invoked an obscure phrase from the modern military vernacular. With China and Russia rapidly improving their military capabilities at sea, in the air, and on land, Work said it’s time for the United States to explore “the Third Offset strategy.”

Research reports

Delivering Artificial Intelligence in Government

This report created by the IBM Centre for the Business of Government, reviews recent progress made in applying artificial intelligence to public sector service provision, drawing on lessons learned from commercial experience as well as burgeoning cognitive computing activity by Federal, State, local, and international governments.

A Roadmap for IT Modernization in Government

Professor Dawson’s recommended roadmap is based on research into past experiences in IT modernization at the Federal and State level, as well as in industry.

Seven drivers transforming government

This recent research report from the Centre for the Business of Government articulates perspectives shared by current and former government leaders, this special report identifies seven drivers for transforming government in the years to come.

 

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