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IBM has led the way in rapidly deploying and scaling systems to help agencies deliver on their mission during the current crisis, as well as in the past and can help you today and in the future. We are deeply involved with government agencies around the world as they build capability to carry society through the recover and rebuild phase of the COVID-19 epidemic. Assisting government achieve their objectives is at the heart of IBM. We offer a unique combination of advanced technology solutions that help drive impactful change, services that can digitally transform organizations, and the ability to implement at scale.

IBM can assist you in modernizing your agency’s IT infrastructure and applications, adopting open standards, scaling the value of data, and perhaps most importantly, design secure experiences to engage citizens. Addressing the challenge of often diverse and complex technology needs of government requires the flexibility of hybrid cloud, and the agility of new intelligent workflows—all supported with cognitive intelligence and analytics—IBMers are doing this everyday with our clients and bringing these capabilities to the fore.

Those who work in government fill essential roles in our society. IBM is dedicated to providing them with the technology, tools and services they need to derive more insights from their data and to simplify their operations — enabling them to become more efficient, resilient and robust institutions that can deliver on their mission to their communities.

We look forward to working with you to go hybrid with IBM!

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