How can federal agencies use low-code development platforms to ensure accountability and improve trust in government?
As COVID-19 came crashing down on the U.S. like a wave, first striking the West Coast before spilling into the rest of the country, state and local governments relied on one another to fine-tune their responses.
Holistic data management can provide a single source of truth for agencies and the various components they are comprised of.
In the state with the highest number of COVID-19 related casualties, New York City has been hit hard. GovLoop spoke with Kelly Jin to find out what kinds of challenges and solutions the analytics team has found along the way.
The use of modern technology, open data portals, and data sharing in partnerships can move the needle in overcoming challenges and leveraging opportunities for veterans across the country.
In 2020, Colorado’s Chief Data Officer, Jon Gottsegen, is balancing data privacy to protect residents and open data sharing to help agencies leverage information.
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.