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IBM discovers, designs, and develops advanced information technology, and translates that into value for our clients. The essentials of government transformation are rooted in hybrid cloud, data and AI, automation, and cybersecurity. IBM embraces an open way of working by bringing a diverse set of voices and technologies together. With a dedicated focus toward accelerating outcomes, we collaborate closely, ideate freely and swiftly, and apply breakthrough innovations that can drive exponential impact on how the business of government gets done.

From hybrid cloud and cybersecurity to IT consulting and AI⁠—IBM is here to help your agency evolve and transform for a changing world. Let’s explore what we can create together.

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IBM Security released its annual X-Force Threat Intelligence Index finding that although ransomware's share of incidents declined only slightly (4 percentage points) from 2021 to 2022, defenders were more successful detecting and preventing ransomware. Despite this, attackers continued to innovate with the report showing the average time to complete a ransomware attack dropped from 2 months down to less than 4 days.
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The new IBM z16 platform brings AI and cyber resiliency to your hybrid cloud using innovative on-chip AI inferencing and industry-first, quantum-safe technologies. With advances in hybrid cloud that make modernization less risky, it’s an essential platform for digital transformation. Accelerate decision velocity and get the agility to move your agency’s mission forward.
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Open hybrid multicloud with confidential computing is a logical solution for governments, offering flexibility, and addressing security and cost concerns.
Organizations with the most mature zero trust capabilities have reduced security expenditures, increased cyber resilience, and boosted talent retention rates.
Traditional service delivery in government has often focused more on processes than on people in need. Siloed programs, departments and IT systems have required vulnerable constituents to navigate unnecessary complexity and often participate in redundant processes to get access to services. At the same time, agencies have been stuck with monolithic or highly customized technology systems that have hindered innovation.
Federal, State and Local Governments are still reeling from the consequences of COVID-19. On top of that, they are faced with diminishing budgets, growing demands from citizens and the shifting priorities of a new administration. Now more than ever, organizations realize that the decisions they make today impact their ability to respond to the unexpected events of tomorrow. Watch Think Gov 2021 on demand where you will learn how to take advantage of the speed, efficiency and innovation that comes with moving to the cloud and to continue accelerating digital transformation within the public sector.
Global research firm Gartner has positioned IBM as a Leader in two newly published Gartner Magic Quadrant reports: the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Cloud AI Developer Services and the 2021 Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms.
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Los Angeles partners with IBM Security to create first-of-its-kind cyberthreat sharing group
As citizens and government agencies prepare for the general election on November 3rd during the COVID-19 pandemic, voting inquires are on the rise. Citizens need access to the right information as they want to understand the voting process during these times. Watson Assistant gives your constituents the knowledge they need across your existing digital or voice channels – and is being offered at no charge for at least 60 days.
Cybersecurity threats have escalated, as bad actors take advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic. While organizations worry about newly pressing concerns—workforce well-being, finance availability, and the resiliency of operations and supply chains—cybersecurity focus is being overshadowed and risks are rising.
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COVID-19 has citizens looking for answers about symptoms and testing sites as well as current status of schools, transportation and other public services. This has caused a strain on all government agencies, especially health and human services operations.
As government leaders look to the future, it’s impossible to ignore what agencies may be able to achieve with AI. Early adoptions of chatbots and natural language processing are allowing call centers to more efficiently serve citizens, and IT departments are protecting systems and data against cyberattacks with software that increasingly includes AI.
For more than a century IBM has been dedicated to every client's success and to creating innovations that matter for the world. Whether it is helping our clients optimize their IT environments today, prepare for the future, deliver open platforms for the world to access and help solve the most challenging of society's problems, IBM’s focus is on excellence and trust in technology.  IBM leads in innovation and invests extensively in its own talent and R&D, with 9,088 patents granted in 2018. For the past 26 consecutive years, IBM has been the world's number one patent producer.
Government leaders are navigating big and rapidly changing technology shifts: from proprietary to open platforms, analytics to AI, and from single to multiple clouds vendors. They’re questioning how they can manage in a multicloud environment and deliver what the cloud provides. Officials are justifiably concerned about data security and citizens are increasingly aware of data privacy issues. Cloud underpins the capabilities that enable better outcomes for citizens and agencies alike.
For the third year in a row, IDC ranked IBM as the market share leader in artificial intelligence.