For many government agencies, the issue isn’t a lack of data but rather the inability to quickly analyze it and turn those insights into actions.
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This approach to analytics enables agencies to pull together data from different places and different sources — including legacy systems.
GovLoop spoke with Joah Iannotta, Director of the Do Not Pay Business Center, to learn more about what her team is doing to combat improper payments in the federal government.
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Although government agencies generally remain a step or two behind the private sector for data analytics, there are a few ways to improve the situation.
A truly smart community is one that can avail the right technologies to manage its assets more effectively and efficiently. In this type of environment, government employees are able to move from tactical and repetitive tasks to strategic and value-added roles.
Effective business data accuracy and discovery tools have the power to increase accountability and reduce risk for all of government.
Four easy steps to start making data driven decisions today.