Agencies must build a culture of data intelligence. It begins with data governance, which manages availability, security and usability while providing a framework for enforcing policies.
The public wanted to see where investments were being made in different locations around the city and identify neighborhoods that needed greater support.
Data comes in so many forms that attempting to harness it all can perplex any agency. One key solution is data management.
GSA’s new analytics-as-a-service platform was designed to collect, manage and analyze complex data from multiple sources.
For years, agencies have heard data is the new oil. But much like oil can flood an engine, data can overwhelm an agency’s innovation.
Technology originally developed to improve PC-based gaming and multimedia applications nearly 30 years ago is now driving advances in the field of artificial intelligence.
Agencies that use data effectively can better collaborate with one another, deliver stronger services to citizens and achieve more mission wins.
Consider all the information passing through 911 dispatch centers on a daily basis: addresses, names, medical conditions and more. What can it be used for?
The best route to evidence-based decision-making doesn’t involve a massive, top-down solution.
It’s difficult to get visibility into the right data, performance analytics is the engine for agencies to use data-driven insights to make better choices.