When it comes to data, it’s easy for federal managers to get caught up in the hype and put the cart before the horse.
The federal government is making strides with the OPEN Government Data Act, which demonstrates the critical role data plays in future innovation.
Rick “Ozzie” Nelson, vice president and general manager for the Public Sector at MicroStrategy, joins host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to talk about business intelligence and how it is being used to analzye complex problems in the federal government.
Federal agencies will face a slew of New Year’s resolutions in 2020, now that the Trump administration has released the final draft of its Federal Data Strategy.
The departments of Transportation and Energy have turned to machine learning tools to get a better handle of their data, but officials say those tools will only get them so far.
The Census Bureau and its partner agencies hold a treasure trove of data, but continue to recruit outside talent to parse that data into valuable insights.
Jenny Rone, the assistant inspector general for data science at the Department of Agriculture, and Larry Koskinen, the chief risk officer for the Department of Housing and Urban Development, are turning to pilots to use data in new ways and gain support throughout the agency.
California begins country’s strictest data privacy law Jan. 1. Host John Thomas Flynn talks what started it, who’s affected and will citizens see a “data dividend” in their future?
Advances in data analytics have given PBS better insight into its real property portfolio and has helped the agency maximize the efficiency of its buildings.
The Senior Manager for Government Analytics, Readiness and Integration, Vann Sample, joined Federal Drive with Tom Temin for the the details.
If agencies don’t have the integrated, trusted, accessible data that they need to meet mission objectives, projects and success will be at risk.
Federal Statistician Nancy Potok will retire from her leadership job at the Office of Management and Budget after a busy year coordinating the rollout of the Trump administration’s policies on data-driven decision-making.
The Census Bureau will soon select 50 employees to participate in the program’s first cohort, which will begin coursework in January.
Staff at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have just finished a nine-volume publication called the NIST Big Data Interoperability Framework.