Launching the BizGov Blog

Welcome to the IBM Center’s latest step in Web 2.0!

John Kamensky, Senior Fellow
John Kamensky, Senior Fellow

We’ve been sponsoring a blog on presidential transition for the past couple of years and are now ready to take the next step – serial blogging! I’ll be joined by colleagues over the next few weeks in providing insight, news, and context on a wide range of management challenges facing public sector executives. Please join us!

I’ll be the primary contributor to the BizGov Blog, much like I was the lead on the IBM Center’s Presidential Transition 2008-2009 Blog. I’ve worked for the Center for the past eight years, after a 24-year federal government career at the end of the Clinton Administration (my bio).

The focus and scope of this blog will continue many of the themes that evolved on the Transition blog over the past six months – what is happening in the management and implementation of government under the Obama Administration. My goal is to write shorter, more frequent (and therefore hopefully more interesting!) posts. My hope is that you find some inspiration and smarter ideas for getting the business of government done.

We hope you contribute your comments and insights as well.

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3 thoughts on “Launching the BizGov Blog

  1. I am looking forward to engaging on this blog. We are in the midst of tremendous change and the conversations by the participants on this blog, as well as other social networking venues, will serve to expand the collective knowledge of our community. Thanks for placing your thoughts in the public forum!

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