Daniel.London

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Dan London is group chief executive of the Health & Public Service operating group, responsible for Accenture's services globally to healthcare providers and health plans, as well as services to government and public sector clients in the defense, revenue, human services, public health, postal, justice and public safety sectors. He is also a member of Accenture’s Global Management Committee.

Before assuming his current role in June 2014, Mr. London was senior managing director of Health & Public Service in North America, with broad responsibility for the operating unit’s strategy and growth initiatives, client relationships and financial performance.

Between 2006 and 2009, Mr. London was managing director of Accenture’s Finance & Performance Management global service line. In that role, he worked with clients on major finance transformation programs involving strategic planning, business architecture, enterprise resource management, finance operations and reporting, shared services, and outsourcing, and also was responsible for building the group’s capabilities through new service offerings and alliance relationships.

Previously, Mr. London held a variety of other leadership roles in Finance & Performance Management. Earlier in his career, he managed Accenture’s business relationships with major clients, in both the Resources and Products operating groups, focused on large-scale ERP and shared services transformations. Mr. London has also played an important role in Accenture’s strategic planning efforts and company-wide operating model changes.

Mr. London joined Accenture in 1986 and became a partner in 1998. He earned his bachelor’s degree in computer science from Rutgers University.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Dan London and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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Powering AI for government
Government X.0

Powering AI for government

In the coming years, artificial intelligence will become increasingly pervasive, spurring massive innovation across the private and public sectors. This development offers governments large and small major opportunities to surmount operational and budget challenges while better serving citizens and meeting demand.
June 6, 2018
Digital revolution opens a world of opportunity for better government service
Government X.0

Digital revolution opens a world of opportunity for better government service

Public sector trailblazers are at a tipping point. As citizen demand for digital government continues to rise, organizations are finding new, more collaborative and innovative approaches to improving both services and outcomes. This wave of digital disruption and the technologies that underpin it are advancing rapidly and fueling improved and even more productive citizen-centric interactions. These are exciting times in the digital revolution for government, and public service leaders are seizing opportunities and forever changing the way we live and the way governments serve.
August 29, 2017