Tim Paydos

Tim has spent 22 years at IBM working mostly in the Government industry, though not contiguously—he left briefly in 1999 to try his hand at a startup, catching the dotcom implosion at just the right time before rejoining IBM three years later.

Phase III: The essential role of government in response to COVID-19

Around that time, I published the first in a series of blogs that sought to break down government response efforts into logical and digestible phases to help leaders organize their approach. The Phase I immediate response was all about emergency management and business continuity. This phase started with providing advanced analytics to track the virus and predict where it was going next.

General Manager, Government
IBM

Tim has spent 22 years at IBM working mostly in the Government industry, though not contiguously—he left briefly in 1999 to try his hand at a startup, catching the dotcom implosion at just the right time before rejoining IBM three years later.   Tim has a degree in Government from Harvard University, where he studied international relations, deterrence theory and nuclear war-gaming.  He first joined IBM in 1995 as an industry solution consultant.

Tim has had the honor of working personally with 100’s of government agencies both in the United Stated and abroad, at both the national, provincial and local levels.  His particular passion lies in helping public safety, emergency management, intelligence and defense protect the society they serve. Throughout his career at IBM, Tim has led a range of strategy and marketing, solution sales and solution management teams across services and technologies at IBM.

 

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