Bob Osborn

Bob Osborn, Chief Technology Officer, Global Government, ServiceNow

Bob Osborn is chief technology officer of global government at ServiceNow. He's held many other high-level IT leadership positions, including director of logistics IT for the US Army G4, deputy J6/CIO for US Transportation Command, and CIO of the National Nuclear Security Administration.


  • Public sector organizations have a responsibility to veterans.
    Talent and Engagement
    How private and public sector organizations can better serve veterans
    June 07, 2021

Featured

  • Telecommunications: A woman stands a sidewalk holding a coffee and looking at her mobile phone.
    Telecommunications
    3 ways 5G can help telecommunications companies improve business
    Despite the benefits of 5G technology for telecommunications companies, many struggle with legacy processes. Learn three ways 5G can help improve business.
  • A man looks at his phone over an open laptop.
    Financial Services
    Asia-Pacific banking outlook: Compliance culture depends on innovation
    Banking institutions are risk engines. ServiceNow can help reconcile data, streamline customer experiences, and future-proof financial services.
  • Gartner Magic Quadrant IT service management tool tile.
    IT Management
    ServiceNow is a Leader in the 2021 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for ITSM—8 years in a row
    We’re thrilled to be positioned as a Leader in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for ITSM (Information Technology Service Management) Tools.

Trends & Research

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    Research
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    Customer Experience
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    Application Development
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