The General Services Administration is reaping the benefits of data in motion in managing the expansive fleet of vehicles the agency either owns or leases, using the vast volumes of data it gathers to improve the efficiency of the fleet.
The Bureau of the Fiscal Service is focused on simplifying its data footprint to make its data more secure while also applying more security to it.
Advanced battle management system (ABMS) is the Air Force’s main contribution to DoD’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) vision of interconnected military systems.
The federal government is coming around to the importance of data, and is in the process of making a significant amount of policy around how to fully leverage it. Not least among this new policy is the Defense Department’s five new “data decrees,” set out in a memo signed by Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks in May. The memo, among other things, creates a data council for all DoD components to coordinate their activities, and to increase data sharing among the components.