One of the most powerful — yet often underused— assets that agencies own is something employees interact with daily across multiple platforms and systems.
A data unicorn is a mathematician, data scientist and storyteller — someone who is mathematically strong, technically learned and narratively inclined. It’s exceedingly rare to come across them.
In order to meet the next set of deadlines, agencies must complete Action 4, which requires agencies to assess the coverage, quality, methods and effectiveness of current staff data literacy and data skills.
The President’s Management Agenda provided agencies with a clear goal: Leverage data as a strategic asset. In theory, they are in great positions to do so.
Agencies have spent countless hours responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now is the time for agencies to shift their focus to resiliency efforts.
Backing up your cloud environment is an important first step to making sure that your data and infrastructure is always available, but it doesn’t solve everything.
For government agencies, a well-equipped, modular data center can be a great way to meet the demand for increased compute capacity while minimizing energy consumption.
Although hackers are typically interested in infiltrating all types of organizations, government agencies are particularly attractive targets.
Holistic data management can provide a single source of truth for agencies and the various components they are comprised of.
A strong data strategy involves decisions with data at the forefront, not lumped in with AI, ML, cloud migration and other technologies.