How Will Government Adapt?: Technology—Increasingly Everywhere

This is the second blog post in a series that sums up highlights of sessions held as part of the annual meeting in mid-November of the National Academy of Public Administration. This panel was moderated by Karen S. Evans, National Director, Partner, US Cyber Challenge and KE&T Partners LLC (and former head of e-government in the Office of Management and Budget). Panelists Mark A. Forman, Vice President, IT Services and Cloud Initiatives Dan Chenok, Executive Director, IBM Center for The Business of Government Highlights Background.

Enterprise Government: How the Next Administration Can Better Serve Citizens (Part Two)

This blog is a continuation of our first blog on Enterprise Government, which presented an introduction on Enterprise Government and highlighted a number of challenges for the next Administration to address.  In this blog, we will present the key findings and recommendations in each of four areas to spur a government-wide approach to solving problems.  These action areas include:


Are There Government-Friendly Gadgets to be Seen at CES? Are There Government-Friendly Gadgets to be Seen at CES?

The Consumer Electronics Show is a playground for technophiles--will there be new technologies that governments can use?


It seems odd that consumer electronics companies would choose to showcase their wares after the biggest gift-giving holiday of the year, but here we are in early January and the Consumer Electronics Show has again pitched its tent in Vegas.