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We highlight many key findings and recommendations that can assist government leaders in understanding how best to leverage and scale past successes to benefit citizens and taxpayers today and in the future.

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Insights from Dr. Phyllis Schneck, Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications, National Protection and Programs Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Enhancing Cybersecurity in a World of Real- Time Threats: Insights from Dr. Phyllis Schneck, Deputy Under Secretary for Cybersecurity and Communications,...

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Creating IT Start-Ups in Government
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 09:13
The Administration wants to infuse private sector tech and know-how into government operations. It has created two...
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We highlight many key findings and recommendations that can assist government leaders in understanding how best to leverage and scale past successes to benefit citizens and taxpayers today and in the future.
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Data can support the quality of important choices citizens make every day. For example, how did you select the college you went to? Where did you go for information to help make the choice? What about the schools you may be helping your kids select? Price? Graduation rates? Getting employed after graduation?
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Through effective implementation of proven commercial best practice to operations across government, citizens can benefit from over $1 trillion in value over the next decade.
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About 75 percent of the federal IT budget goes to maintaining outdated legacy computer systems, according to GAO. Some are over 50 years old, yet critical – such as the main IRS tax data base and the nuclear missile launch system.
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This administration will need to lead an effective government that can address policy challenges through strong leadership and effective management.
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Articles from across the Web that we at the IBM Center for The Business of Government found interesting for the week of February 13-17.
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The President promises to beef up cybersecurity efforts. Press reports on a draft Executive Order from the Administration parallel campaign commitments to launch an immediate review of all US cyber defenses by a Cyber Review Team comprised of individuals from the military, law enforcement, and private sector. But his team won’t be starting from scratch.
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Though still in its infancy, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is already changing the world. However, it’s not just about what the technology itself can do, but what it enables people to do – what new doors it can open. AI presents government agencies with new opportunities to innovate, which may have been previously impossible.
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The IBM Center's Weekly Roundup highlights articles and insights that we found interesting for the week ending January 27, 2017.
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The IBM Center's Weekly Roundup highlights articles and insights that we found interesting for the week ending January 20, 2017.
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