The IBM Center’s Research Priorities: Supporting Key Missions of Government from the Transition to a New Administration

The IBM Center for The Business of Government is committed to helping identify and distill the lessons learned from the past, identify current and new management initiatives and capacities that will be needed to address key challenges facing the country in the next administration, and offer ideas on implementation.

Intelligent Transportation System for the 21st Century

What are some of the critical transportation challenges facing the U.S.?

How is RITA forging Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) for the 21st Century?

What is IntelliDrive?

How does RITA use statistics and analysis in its efforts to improvement transportation systems?

 

 

 

 

Implementing the National Health Information Technology Agenda

The U.S. healthcare system has a history of innovation marked by the ability to translate basic research into new clinical and therapeutic approaches that sustain human life and health. Such success brings with it significant challenges.

Leveraging research into healthcare quality, costs, outcomes, and patient safety

A Profile of Dr. Carolyn M. Clancy, Director, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Drivers Transforming Government: Risk

Note: The IBM Center recently released Seven Drivers Transforming Government, a series of essays exploring key drivers of change in government. It is based on our research and numerous insights shared by current and former government officials. This blog is the fourth in a series of excerpts from each of the seven essays.

Cybersecurity Management in the States: The Emerging Role of Chief Information Security Officers

Both corporations and government have responded by creating a new role in their organizations to lead the safeguarding efforts—chief information security officers. The role of these officers is still under development. Do they safeguard best by using law enforcement techniques and technological tools? Or are they more effective if they serve as educators and try to influence the behaviors of technology users?

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