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Peace Corp Adopts IBM Talent Management Suite

IBM logoTYSONS CORNER, VA, October 16,  2015 — ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday on the U.S Peace Corps adotping IBM’s (NYSE: IBM) cloud-based talent management platform under contract with IBM company Kenexa.

The talent suite helps fill the corps’ volunteer and recruit requirements worldwide using a software as a service platform with social and mobile components, IBM said Thursday.

“Federal agencies are viewing cloud much more strategically than infrastructure alone, ” said Anne Altman, IBM U.S. Federal general manager.

“For the Peace Corps, it’s about engaging an audience that wants to actively participate in the volunteer application process and is accustomed to using new tools for such interactions.”

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