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.
Craig Stevenson, founder of HyperQube Technologies, discusses the ethics of hacking and why virtualization is an important tool with wide-reaching applications and implications for the local economy.
Erik Rind, founder and CEO of ImagineBC, discusses how his company helps users keep control of their personal data and get paid for the things they provide.
How is the U.S. federal government leveraging data as a strategic asset? How is the federal government building the infrastructure for evidence-based policymaking? What does the future hold for the federal data and statistical communities? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Nancy Potok, Chief Statistician of the U.S. within the Office of Management and Budget (OMB).
Michael Shinn, CEO of Atomicorp, discusses how open-source software can provide important and useful solutions for cybersecurity problems in the cloud and on a wide range of other cyber applications.
Chris Gorman, COO at Monkton, discusses his company’s method of employing common security standards to allow government workers to work from more places and be more productive.
Zac Trojak, principal of public sector at Medallia, discusses the IDEA Act, and how his business is helping government websites become more helpful and more powerful for the average citizen.
NOAA’s broad spectrum of data formats across more than 90 business systems requires regular check on authorization and cyber health.
On this EXTRA Episode, Jason MIller, CEO of the Greater Washington Partnership, and Jill Klein, Dean of American University School of Professional and Extended Studies, discuss the Capital CoLab, a recent partnership between regional universities and the GWP to ensure students have the digital literacy that businesses in the area crave.
Richard Levick, CEO of Levick; Phil Bond, president of government affairs for Potomac International Partners, and Elizabeth Rogers, regulatory expert and partner at Michael Best, discuss the myriad problems facing future regulations for the tech industry, and how regulations might take shape in the near future.