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.
Federal agencies need to develop quickly to keep up with changing workflows, dynamic citizen needs and new innovative technologies. Low-code can help.
It’s time to take your data protection to a new level with a modern, future-ready approach that will set you up for success — today and in the coming years.
There’s no denying the benefits of big data in government. So why, then, does it feel like an aspirational goal for even the most well-intentioned organizations?
There’s a great amount of data wrangling, coordination and analysis that has to occur before data is turned into useful information.
What the agency needs is technology that helps them get quicker access to and quicker insights from the data they rely on to make decisions.
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.