IBM has worked with governments for more than 100 years. We have valued relationships with local, regional and national governments in more than 100 countries around the globe. Our goal is to help cities and governments at all levels become smarter and achieve their mission of improving the economic health, welfare and safety of society.
With the help of IBM and Business Partner EmNet, the city of South Bend, Indiana has the most censored sewer system in the world. Together, they have mitigated combined sewer overflows & have helped the city to be proactive in its waste water management.
As part of its Smarter Cities initiative, IBM is partnering with NLC to help cities build smarter health and social programs.
The world is not just getting smaller and flatter, it is also becoming more interconnected and intelligent. City leaders are finding new ways to interact dynamically with residents and collaborate across departments. By helping governments around the world with some of their most challenging issues, IBM has developed expertise and leading-edge technology that can support integrated data strategies for core social programs, including health, social assistance, family services, disabilities and others.
IBM Cúram Social Program Management is the leading solution for supporting the end-to-end social program delivery process. By designing around the client, IBM Cúram Social Program Management empowers organizations to collaborate around client needs, making access to governmental services easier for the citizen and, more importantly, more effective in achieving desired social goals.
Learn more about IBM Cúram social program management solutions for cities.
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The primary focus of IBM Corporate Citizenship and Community Affairs activities is building a smarter planet through initiatives that address specific societal issues, such as the environment, community economic development, education, health, literacy, language and culture. We employ the most valuable resources from IBM, our technology and talent, in order to create innovative programs in these areas to assist local communities and those around the world. A few examples are:
To learn more about our IBM corporate responsibility efforts, please visit Innovations in Corporate Responsibility. For more information on IBM Corporate Citizenship and Community Affairs please visit: http://www.ibm.com/ibm/ibmgives/
More about the company: Cities are the focal points for the transformation from the traditional "bricks-and-mortar" drivers of economic growth to an economy based on "brains and creativity." Competitive differentiation today is more likely to be based on the ability of the workforce to create and absorb skills and innovation than on traditional drivers such as available resources or manufacturing prowess. In the immediate future cities will play a much larger role in talent-based economic development.
The IBM extensive portfolio of solutions and implementation assets - continually refined in engagements with clients around the world -- can help cities compete in this new economic environment. Our government industry framework can help apply advanced information technology, analytics and systems thinking to develop a more citizen-centric approach to services. In doing so, cities can better attract, create, enable and retain their citizens' skills, knowledge and innovation while driving transformative change, improving organizational accountability, and reducing risk.
IBM adds value, leveraging the unparalleled resources of the entire IBM Corporation, including IBM Research, the Center for the Business of Government, the Institute for Electronic Government and a global network of strategic relationships.