Anne Altman Moves to IBM's Mainframe Platform Group

Anne Altman

Anne Altman, former Managing Director of IBM's U.S. Federal Business, has moved to General Manager of the company's Mainframe Platform Group.

Todd Ramsey has been tapped to head Altman's former federal slot.

“The managerial changes are part of a yearlong general transformation within IBM, the biggest such realignment in 15 years,” said Lia Davis, an IBM spokeswoman in a recent interview with the Washington Technology.

Earlier this year, Altman gave The Executive Biz Blog her thoughts on the year ahead. “The year will start with a flurry of activity across all major agencies, followed by a slow down in the second half due to election dynamics. IBM will continue working with clients to extend their limited resources by leveraging commercial infrastructure to speed development, reduce costs and risks for mission programs,“ Altman said.

While she's moved out of the federal space, Altman will continue to have an impact on the Washington area business community both in her new role at IBM and at events like the annual Kidney Ball; an event she chaired in 2006.

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