Organizations with their data houses in order, particularly these four data types, are better positioned to launch effective and equitable recovery efforts. In our current landscape, data is the single most valuable asset any government organization has at its disposal. It is crucial to guide decisions, inform policies, and improve outcomes for the public. While… Read more »
While with a vaccine and the right response, the pandemic itself will fade, its long-term health impacts will live with those who contracted and survived the virus. Interoperable, nuanced data will be vital to treating their conditions.
In an interview with GovLoop, an expert shared three areas agencies should focus on to adapt to an environment where employees can work with data anywhere.
There are five steps agencies can take so that big data delivers big value. Let’s take a look at them.
Let’s pump the brakes on the hype of an enterprise public cloud. There are several key factors that agencies need to consider before moving applications to the cloud.
Behavioral data analyzes behavior using cognitive, cultural and other related information. Here are three lessons learned from the COVID-19 about this data.
On the GovLoop online training, “Don’t Hide From Analytics: How to Get Comfortable Working With Data,” Tony Bland, Senior Data Engineer at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, shared tips for those looking to put metrics to work at their agencies.
In Castle Rock, Colorado, data-informed policies and a focus on education in place of police tickets reduced citizen crashes.
The move to remote work increases agency exposure to adversarial risk. Agencies need to mitigate cybercrime as more of their employees work remotely.
The government has no shortage of data, and an increasing amount of it resides in the cloud, making a cloud-based solution that integrates and manages that data from the start optimal for DR.