Transforming government: Cognitive Category Management (CCM)

Cognitive Category Management (CCM) has the potential to drive $340 billion in value for the federal government – and unlock significant savings. CCM addresses the complexity and autonomy of federal agencies using advanced cognitive tools to eliminate redundancies, increase efficiency, and deliver more value from a company’s unstructured data.

VA’s EHR decision and the future of government

Cross-agency collaboration, powered by new insight driven thinking and tools can provide a person-centric futuristic government service model.

Blockchain for government: Build trust; end bureaucracy

Blockchain offers a new approach to enhancing transparency and collaboration between governments, businesses, and citizens. This updated review shows how blockchain technology is reducing government bureaucracy and transforming regulatory compliance, contract and identity management, and citizen services.

Research reports

Citizen engagement: A pathway to Government reform

What is citizen engagement? How does this concept relate to citizen services, digital transformation, and similar terms used to describe how government is modernizing the ways in which it interacts with citizens?

IBM Institute for Business Value: Mission: Possible!

Amid the ever-growing market of new technologies, one capability - Cognitive Computing – is expected to revolutionize multiple industries. Government leaders who understand its potential to transform federal agencies are set to exploit a whole new range of cognitive capabilities.

IBM Institute for Business Value: Can millennials rescue government?

As digital natives, millennials offer the skills and perspectives necessary to reimagine government for the digital era. In this repost, we explore the challenges government organizations face in the digital age and how the millennial generation can help.

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