Chris Tucker, chairman of the American Geographical Society and author of “A Planet of 3 Billion,” discusses some of the current trends in getting data from satellites to the ground.
GSA Administrator Emily Murphy said a working group is looking at the acquisition fee structure the agency charges and will develop recommendations to rationalize it across FAS.
Suzette Kent, the federal chief information officer, said agencies have been lining up internal resources all summer to begin tackling the goals of the Federal Data Strategy.
Emily Murphy, the GSA administrator, said over the past year the agency has collected and used more information about acquisition and real estate to save money and improve services.
Intelligence support for space as a warfighting domain will require new professionals, capabilities, alliances, and even a new perspective on the relationship between space and intelligence.
You’ll find larger numbers of young people working on federal contracts rather than at the awarding agencies.
Chris Barlow, the director of marketing for Synergetics, Inc., details what agencies should keep in mind as they consider using artificial intelligence.
From a data collection standpoint, the pilot could be a game-changer for USDA researchers, who until now have jotted down data points in field books before entering them into a central database.
Somehow data is at the center of many of the government’s management challenges: Better data, better data sharing, and data-based decision-making.
The Navy is preparing two major plans to make data management better.
Andrew Churchill, the vice president of federal for Qlik, said the technology and data are coming together to drive policy decisions.
Former Commission on Evidence-Based Policymaking members say it’s time for Congress to reconsider recommendations that never got off the ground.
GSA officials say 5G will help bring the Internet of Things to every level of government, but that increase in smart sensors also means a greater surface area for cyber intrusions.
Chief data offiers face a long road ahead, not just getting their agencies to adopt the culture change of data-driven government, but also finding a workforce and the resources to carry out their new mission.