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Exec Nicole Gardner Helps Form New Council at IBM’s Government Thought Leadership Arm

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 14, 2017 — Nicole Gardner, vice president and head of the Public Service Eminence Academy at IBM‘s (NYSE: IBM) global business services unit, has helped establish the Former Government Executives Council at the IBM Center for the Business of Government, GovCon Executive reported Tuesday.

Dan Chenok, the center’s executive director, wrote in a piece published Aug. 7 that the council will provide thought leadership and contribute to the content regarding issues, challenges and opportunities in the public sector.

Chenok will be part of FGEC alongside other IBM executives such as Curtis Clark, Brenda Decker, John Kamensky, Douglas McGovern, Mark Newsome, Stephen Morris, Jesse Samberg, Timothy Stitely, Jeffrey Talley and Tony Trenkle.

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