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With the release of the IBM Center report, Ten Recommendations for Managing Organizational Integrity Risk by Dr. Tony Molina, Kent State University, we aim to help federal managers meet the requirements of A-123 by providing them with a better understanding of organizational integrity risks (e.g., reputational risk) and offering approaches they can use to effectively manage those risks.

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With the release of the IBM Center report, Ten Recommendations for Managing Organizational Integrity Risk by Dr. Tony Molina, Kent State University, we aim to help federal managers meet the requirements of A-123 by providing them with a better understanding of organizational integrity risks (e.g., reputational risk) and offering approaches they can use to effectively manage those risks.
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The IBM Center's Weekly Roundup highlights articles and insights that we found interesting for the week ending July 29, 2016.
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This edition of the Business of Government magazine highlights strong leaders with the right talent who are charged with executing the business of government. These leaders are responsible for a vast array of government missions that comprise a significant chunk of the federal government budget.
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Since December 2010, Dr. Jonathan Woodson has acted as the principal advisor of health affairs to multiple secretaries of defense.
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As government agencies continue to be under increased scrutiny to improve efficiency and be ever more vigilant with their use of public funding, they are increasingly adopting alternative models and approaches to providing services.
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The IBM Center's Weekly Roundup highlights articles and insights that we found interesting for the week ending July 15, 2016.
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In their study of eight Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical centers in New England, the authors examined the current use of best practices in inventory management in government, based on a case study of VA hospitals.
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By managing the care of patients who are high utilizers, they are achieving a reduction in utilization and improved health outcomes.
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Since December 2010, Dr. Jonathan Woodson has acted as the principle advisor to multiple secretaries of defense. As assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, he has lead DoD’s military health system, overseeing the Defense Department's $50 billion health budget, and shepherding this mission critical care system through major reform efforts.
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