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 »
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The timeline has been postponed and drawn out, but after much anticipation, Federal Chief Information Officer Suzette Kent officially unveiled the Federal Data Strategy on Tuesday.
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Kim Rice recently spoke with GovLoop about the Massachusetts state government’s IT, data analytics, cybersecurity, workforce reform and more.