How Emerging Technologies Can Transform Law Enforcement and Public Safety

Blog Co-Authors:  Cristina Caballé, IBM Global Public Sector and Markus Straub, IBM Public Sector Germany

Law enforcement is changing more rapidly than ever before. New forms of crime, advanced technologies, and evolving relationships with citizens and communities are challenging and shifting the very foundations and scope of law enforcement and public safety and how organizations and the officials perform their critical mission.

Peggy Bogadi

Peggy Bogadi is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) account lead within IBM Consulting. As the former Commissioner of the Wage and Investment (W&I) Division, Peggy was responsible for the administration of tax laws governing individual wage earners in the United States. She had responsibility for more than 50,000 employees, located in 400 Taxpayer Assistance Centers, 10 Service Centers, and 26 Call Sites, nationwide.

Artificial Intelligence and Automation at the IRS

Co-Author: Steve Deering, IBM Associate Partner, Data and Technology Transformation

Leaders recognize that technology is critical to improving taxpayer service, closing tax gaps, and addressing workforce challenges. The most recent piece in the series focused on opportunities around AI and Automation in Tax. This one takes a look at how the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) took advantage of these capabilities to deliver a more seamless taxpayer experience.

Envisioning the Information Domain: Perspectives from the Pacific

Blog Co-Authors:  Kimberly Kagan, founder and president of the Institute for the Study of War; Frederick W.

Len Bastian and Terry Halvorsen

Len Bastien grew up in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island and received a Bachelor of Science from the University of Prince Edward Island in 1991. He served with the Canadian Armed Forces in the late 1980s as a reservist with the local Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment (PEIR) until the early 1990s. He moved to Ottawa to begin graduate studies at Carleton University, met his wife and settled in the National Capital Region.

Weekly Roundup: February 27-March 3, 2023

NEW: Release of the National Cybersecurity Strategy. Cybersecurity is essential to the basic functioning of the economy, the operation of critical infrastructure, the strength of institutions, the privacy of data and communications, and the national defense. This National Cybersecurity Strategy details the comprehensive approach being taking to better secure cyberspace and ensure the U.S.

Building Cybersecurity Resiliency for Government: Insights from Experts

Each year, the volume of cyberattacks and their impact reaches new levels. The number of cyberattacks targeting governments increased 95% worldwide during the last half of 2022, compared to the same period in 2021 while the cost of public sector data breaches increased 7.25% between March 2021 and March 2022.

The Federal Workplace Is Changing Rapidly, But Merit Principles Must Remain Untouched

This article ran exclusively in Government Executive.

This is the second in a five-part series from the National Academy of Public Administration looking at the challenges and urgency of modernizing the civil service. Find the Academy’s full essay on the merit system here.

Leading the Defense Logistics Agency: A Conversation with Vice Admiral Michelle Skubic, Director, DLA

What are the strategic priorities for the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)? How is DLA modernizing acquisition and supply chain management? What is DLA doing to expand industry engagement and foster innovation while maximizing value? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Vice Admiral Michelle Skubic, Director, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) on The Business of Government Hour
Broadcast Date: 
Monday, February 27, 2023 - 10:47


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