Mark Cleverley helps governments with technology-enabled transformation to ensure the safety of their citizens. He advises IBM’s public sector customers and IBM teams on potentials, challenges and best practices in the evolving use of new technologies related to public safety. He has consulted widely for many government projects, and has written and spoken publicly extensively in the United States and abroad.

Mark Cleverley has worked with governments in many nations and many areas of information systems. Previously he was responsible for IBM’s Public Safety, Justice, and related clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Earlier he led technology-enabled innovation projects in the oil, aviation and financial services industries, in Western Europe, the USA and Russia. These ranged from consolidating European data centers, through implementing core airline systems, and included one of the earliest (pre-Web) public access kiosk developments.

Before joining IBM, Mark was trained as an air traffic controller. He has a joint honors degree in Psychology and Philosophy from Oxford University. A British citizen now living in the USA, he is fluent in French, and has a working knowledge of Russian.


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