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Michael Keegan
By Michael J. Keegan

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Learning to Trust Open Data

Friday, April 11th, 2014 - 12:23
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Joel Gurin recently released a book enthusiastically titled Open Data Now. Gurin, the former chief of consumer and governmental affairs for the Federal Communications Commission, joins a growing chorus calling on the federal government to live up to the spirit of President Obama’s 2009 Memorandum on Transparency and Open Government.

Modernizing the Budget Process to Reflect Modern Technology Realities

Friday, April 11th, 2014 - 12:15
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While this might seem daunting, budget pressures can foster opportunities to innovate, offering powerful incentives to rethink traditional approaches to mission support and service delivery. Within this context, it is critical to identify innovative ways to reduce costs while maintaining and improving performance. In addition, rethinking how to finance information technology (IT) and other investments can help agencies leverage rapidly evolving offerings in areas ranging from cloud and “as a service” computing models to real-time review and response to cybersecurity threats.

Six Trends Driving Change in Government

Friday, April 11th, 2014 - 11:54
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Government leaders face serious challenges—fiscal austerity, citizen expectations, the pace of technology and innovation, and a new role for governance. These challenges influence how government executives lead today, and, more importantly, how they can prepare for the future.

Maximizing the Value of Government IT: Insights from Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Integrated Technology Services, Federal Acquisition Service, U.S General Services Administration

Friday, April 11th, 2014 - 11:34
Today, government executives confront serious challenges to mission effectiveness. The Office of Integrated Technology Services (ITS) in GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) positions itself as a facilitator and enabler of government IT savings. By reducing federal agency customer costs, ITS can assist them in focusing on their core missions with smarter, more efficient IT purchases. At the same time, ITS looks for innovative approaches to maximize value while lowering cost.

From the Managing Editor's Desk

Thursday, April 10th, 2014 - 14:53
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In meeting varied missions, government executives confront significant challenges. Responding properly to them must be guided and informed by the harsh fiscal and budgetary realities of the day. It can no longer be simply a wishful platitude that government do more with less. Leaders need to change the way government does business to make smarter use of increasingly limited resources—leveraging technology and innovation to be more efficient, effective, anticipatory, adaptive, and evidence-based in delivering missions and securing the public trust.

Six Trends Driving Change in Government: Examples of Agencies Leveraging Change

Thursday, April 10th, 2014 - 14:41
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Since the creation of the IBM Center for The Business of Government over 15 years ago, it has been our goal to help public sector leaders and managers address real-world problems by sponsoring independent, third-party research from top minds in academe and the nonprofit sector.

The Business of Government Magazine -- A SPECIAL EDITION of The Business of Government Hour.

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014 - 13:16
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This edition of The Business of Government magazine underscores the importance of correlating short-term decision-making with long-range consequences. We highlight the latest trends and best practices for improving government effectiveness by introducing you to key government executives, detailing the work of public management practitioners, and offering insights from leading academics.
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This edition of The Business of Government magazine underscores the importance of correlating short-term decision-making with long-range consequences. We highlight the latest trends and best practices for improving government effectiveness by introducing you to key government executives, detailing the work of public management practitioners, and offering insights from leading academics.

2013–2014 Call for Research Report Proposals

Sunday, March 9th, 2014 - 10:51
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Since the creation of the IBM Center for The Business of Government over 15 years ago, it has been our goal to help public sector leaders and managers address real-world problems by sponsoring independent, third-party research from top minds in academe and the nonprofit sector. We aim to produce research and analysis that helps government leaders respond more effectively to their mission and management challenges.

Weekly Round-up: March 07, 2014

Thursday, March 6th, 2014 - 14:01
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