Building a Strategic Roadmap For a More Agile and Cost-Effective Future

September 30
Duration: 1 hour

Event Description

The current economic climate is making it more difficult for government agencies to provide services to citizens with less resources and funding. In longer terms, government agencies must address the need for greater oversight and transparency of government spending and service delivery. To stay ahead of needs, changes in legislation and regulations and to implement new services and transform old ones, every agency should have an Information Agenda that will allow them to gain insights from new intelligence. An Information Agenda is the actual means and method to define a strategic roadmap—aligning people, processes and policy to ensure innovative use of technology.

Join IBM experts as they describe ways to help your agency weather the storm. You’ll hear about IBM's Information agenda, New Intelligence and Industry Roadmaps and learn how other agencies leverage their information assets to improve performance, customer satisfaction, lower costs, and sharpen their insights for a better future. The panel will see to answer these questions and more:

  • What is an Information Agenda and how does it help agencies define a strategic roadmap?
  • How does New Intelligence really provide the means for a smarter government?
  • How do other government organizations use an Information Agenda to manage costs, innovate and gain a Single View of the Constituent?
  • What does another government organization’s Information Agenda look like?


Campbell RobertsonCampbell Robertson
Director for Global Government Solutions for Enterprise Content Management
IBM Corporation


Fred KuhnFred Kuhn (moderator)
Associate Publisher


Wayne Janzen
Executive Information Agenda Consultant, Global Government and Healthcare Leader
IBM Software Group