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IBM Names Global Public Sector Head Anne Altman Federal Lead

Anne Altman
Anne Altman

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has appointed Anne Altman, formerly general manager for the global public sector, to serve as GM for the U.S. federal government business.

According to Washington Technology, she assumed leadership of the global public sector in 2009.

The company says she was responsible for strategy, direction, development and sales for public sector clients worldwide.

IBM says its customers encompass the U.S. government, state and local government, education, healthcare, life sciences and pharmaceutical sectors.

Prior to the global public sector, she led the company’s server hardware business and oversaw launch of the System z mainframe.

She joined IBM in 1981 as a systems engineer and the company says she has worked to provide high-performance computing, business analytics software and research to customers in the public and private sectors.

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