Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a global, edge-to-cloud company built to transform your Public Sector organization. How? By helping you connect, protect, analyze, and act on all your data and applications wherever they live, from edge to cloud, so you can turn insights into outcomes at the speed required to thrive in today’s complex world with a citizen-centric approach.
HPE makes AI that is data-driven, production-oriented and cloud-enabled, available anytime, anywhere and at any scale — enabling Public Sector entities to better serve the citizen. We are here to help.
AECC works with leaders across industries to drive the evolution of edge network architectures and computing infrastructures to enable high-volume data services to deliver a smarter, more efficient connected vehicle services future…..
Autonomy Institute is a cooperative research consortium focused on advancing and accelerating Autonomy and AI at the edge. Autonomy Institute aligns government, industry, academia, and the public to create the policies, industry, jobs, and community benefits of autonomy, starting with Intelligent and Autonomous Infrastructure. Autonomy Institute’s deployment of the Public Infrastructure Network Node (PINN) will be as critical to a city as roads, power, telecommunications, and water infrastructure. Learn more about PINN at Autonomy.institute
Digital Twin Consortium drives the awareness, adoption, interoperability, and development of digital twin technology. Through a collaborative partnership with industry, academia, and government expertise, the Consortium is dedicated to the overall development of digital twins. We accelerate the market by propelling innovation and guiding outcomes for technology end-users.
The members are committed to using digital twins throughout their global operations and supply chains. The consortium is open to any business, organization, or entity with an interest in digital twins. Digital Twin Consortium is part of the Object Management Group®.
As The Authority in Digital Twin™, we:
ISTO provides the infrastructure and support for standards development and/or market adoption of emerging technologies.
When the OpenStack Foundation formed to govern the OpenStack project in 2012, clouds mainly offered virtual machines in a datacenter. The Foundation evolved as datacenter composition evolved into a mix of bare metal, VMs, and containers. While the OpenStack project is seen as the de facto open source platform for operating cloud infrastructure around the world, the Foundation realized more technology is needed to meet all of the diverse use cases, and we want to make sure it’s developed in the open, using the same proven approach to open source.
For this reason, we expanded our focus as a foundation and are helping to establish new open source communities to advance areas where technology can successfully contribute to the development of open infrastructure: AI/Machine Learning, CI/CD, Container Infrastructure, Edge Computing and of course, Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds.
Now, the OpenInfra Foundation supports the development and adoption of open infrastructure globally, across a community of over 110,000 individuals in 187 countries, by hosting open source projects and communities of practice.
Our mission is to Build a coalition of rural telecom operators and technology providers committed to promoting and accelerating the digital transformation of rural America.
SPI consultants have decades of experience and expertise that can translate into a competitive advantage for clients. The team’s extensive knowledge of government allows them to point clients to upcoming public-private partnership (P3) opportunities early. Meetings with C-level decision-makers and stakeholders are facilitated and teams are developed sometimes before others are aware of the opportunity.
SPI understands the nuances involved in structuring P3 engagements when alternative funding is required. They have a thorough understanding of ‘best practices’ for collaborative partnerships and have successfully demonstrated their value through success in various types of P3s.
P3s are highly-complicated engagements involving multiple and diverse stakeholders. The partnerships created must survive in a political environment where communication is critical. It is important to work with experienced advisers who can facilitate the long-term, trusted relationships required to successfully deliver P3 contracts.
Strategic Partnerships, Inc. was founded by Mary Scott Nabers, a former elected official with an unparalleled understanding of the inner workings of government and decades of experience in accomplishing all types of government objectives for clients. Mary is a recognized P3 expert and the author of Collaboration Nation – How Public-Private Ventures Are Revolutionizing the Business of Government.
The Strategic Infrastructure Performance Institute is a Washington, D.C.-based non-profit that focuses on long-term infrastructure thinking, particularly around (1) strategic projects, (2) technology innovation, and (3) financial innovation, and (4) community engagement. Clients include governments, foundations, firms, and investment promotion agencies. The overall focus is on the digitalization and electrification of infrastructure – driving good jobs, optimizing project benefits and increasing economic productivity.