The public sector is at the forefront of community impact, particularly when efforts are supported by modern technology and data’s use is maximized.
Data collection and organization are important steps in becoming more data-centric. For data to truly be useful, it should be accessible to everyone.
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A closer examination of data warehouses, data lakes and enterprise data platforms is helpful in determining which one is right for your organization and its strategic goals.
DoD is committed to managing its data as a critical part of its overall mission. By not treating it as a separate commodity, the department expects to make faster, better-informed decisions.
What if you didn’t have to choose between today’s technology demands and tomorrow’s needs? What if you could provide value to the public much faster?
Officials at the CDC began realizing that a new, potentially deadly virus was growing rapidly and knew they had to get ahead of it as much as possible.
Traffic fatalities rose even as driving decreased in 2020, and transportation planners stepping up their safety initiatives — especially for pedestrians.
Agencies must build a culture of data intelligence. And that begins with data governance, which manages availability, security and usability.
Data is the engine that drives progress throughout government. When data is up to date and accessible, it can be harnessed to improve business processes.