Envisioning the Future of Government: A Challenge Grant Competition

Wednesday, January 10th, 2018 - 13:16
This blog post is one in a series in our 20th anniversary year for the IBM Center for The Business of Government. We are advancing ideas, activities, and reports by the Center that look to the future, reflecting on Center and other contributions about past management trends and reform efforts. Joining me in this effort are Mark Abramson, the founding executive director of the IBM Center, and John Kamensky, the IBM Center’s most senior fellow.

Envisioning the Future of Government

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018 - 18:10
To commemorate our 20th anniversary, the Center is engaging in a series of collaborative activities, events, and reports that envision government 20 years from now, informed by a look back at our research over the last 20 years – the “20/20” project. We hope to spark imaginative discussion and content about what government structure, operations, and service delivery might look like in two decades.

Challenge Grant: The Government of the Future - Looking to 2040

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2018 - 15:41
The IBM Center for The Business of Government is very pleased to announce a Challenge Grant for essays envisioning the future of the structure and operations of government in the year 2040. The Challenge Grant will provide $2,500 for the winners of the competition to produce essays for publication.
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