Greg Reeder, the head of government industry strategy at Adobe, said data analytics holds the key to improve the citizen experience with government.
In this exclusive executive briefing, federal data officers and subject matter experts will explore what a 21st century data strategy might look like and what tools would be required to implement that strategy.
Digital transformation is happening across the government. Citizens are driving the rate of change through their expectations. What we’ve seen over the past few years with the growth and acceptance of the cloud, mobility, application programming interfaces (APIs) and the ability to understand user behavior like never before through data analytics, those agencies which are taking advantage of the evolutions of technology are doing a better job meeting their customers’ needs.
The OCC uses bank statement data, loan level data, financial market data, economic and legal data to provide the government with both holistic, macroeconomic views and the ability to dive deep into a particular subject.
Does your agency need help with its move to the cloud? Maybe Oracle can help. Sarah Jackson, VP Sales Engineering and Ken Currie, group vice president with Oracle Public Sector join host John Gilroy on this week’s Federal Tech Talk to discuss some of the innovations at Oracle is offering to federal IT professionals. May 16, 2017
When you try to make sense of the petabytes of data flowing across your desk you really don’t know what has value. There aren’t enough hours in the day to carefully parse each data set you have responsibility for. The most practical approach is to add some kind of a tool to automate the process.
Initiatives to share and publish agency data, like the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act, are working toward making more transparent how government spends money, and the Government Accountability Office is overseeing the efforts.
This week on Federal Tech Talk, LGS Innovations CEO Kevin Kelly joins host John Gilroy to discuss innovation in the federal government and how his company is helping agencies solve complex IT problems. April 11,2017
The Government Accountability Office recently hosted a panel discussion to talk about how organizations could foster collaboration to use analytics to tackle improper payments. Federal News Radio’s Eric White spoke with Vijay D’Souza, director of GAO’s Center for Enhanced Analytics, on Federal Drive with Tom Temin for a recap of the event and some of the topics covered.
Pam Dyson, the Securities and Exchange Commission’s chief information officer, said the agency’s Enterprise Data Warehouse has more than 2,000 users and its popularity is forcing her to look to the cloud to ensure its continued value.