The digital age affords government – as well as the private sector – an opportunity to look at the intersection of data, technology and the citizen experience to improve all facets of service delivery. By linking program goals, funding and outcomes we can create a more data-driven government that puts citizens first.
Agencies subsequently need a strong data governance strategy for protecting their sensitive citizen information from cybersecurity threats.
Autonomous vehicles require hyper-accurate, high-resolution maps to correctly navigate terrain without humans. These maps note features such as potholes.
Indiana Chief Data Officer Darshan Shah leads the state’s Management Performance Hub, an innovative agency using data to improve policy.
For a growing number of agencies, cloud computing provides the elasticity and scale needed to correctly consolidate data.
The amount of personal data collected by organizations is staggering. As Facebook and Cambridge Analytica taught us, the opportunity to abuse data is overwhelming. For these reasons, we need to embrace the concept of data ethics.
Is our historical view of public service changing, in part, because of performance measurement and advances in technology?
By now, we’ve all heard how the President’s Management Agenda sets bold goals for IT modernization. A vital element of the PMA is the creation of a Federal Data Strategy. This is a wise choice. Data is the oil and the key to our digital government.
When thinking about population health management nationally, health centers are an important piece of that puzzle – and data is driving their continuous improvement.
There’s a popular saying that “numbers never lie.” It has a nice ring to it, but in reality, the adage requires that the numbers share a common language.