Data is a powerful asset that can help or hurt agencies’ cybersecurity, automation and IT operations depending on how they use it.
Furthering NIST’s mission, Robert Hanisch travels around the world to bring data management to the heart of science and advocate for the use of open data.
Data reflects how people work. At GovLoop’s online training on Wednesday, two government IT experts agreed that how an agency structures its data mirrors how its people work.
Box’s cloud-based platform for LEISP tightened DOJ’s control over the agency’s data access and governance, and enabled initimate partner collaborations.
Geographic information system (GIS) software can help create smart communities by capturing, storing, managing and presenting geographic data.
While we can’t lower the cost of textbooks or help you ace your exam, we can provide some financial data transparency to the higher education space.
Red Hat president and CEO Jim Whitehurst writes that being an open leader means creating the context others need to do their best work.
When making decisions about how to embrace openness, every organization or team will find itself guided by its individual goals, mission, culture, and industry regulations.
Continuous feedback and stakeholder engagement enables Treasury to add powerful new features and functionality to USAspending.gov.
Looking for better ways to analyze data? Do you want to see how other offices are simplifying computational tasks? Then come out to the Government Advances in Statistical Programming (GASP!) workshop. This is a one-day workshop with a wide range of speakers who will present their work using open-source software for either analysis or dataRead… Read more »