Decision-makers are everywhere in government. They cross the range of pay scales and roles, experiences and skills. And to complement their professional judgments — big or small — data has become the most essential companion.
Government leaders know this, which is why they have been hard at work inaugurating strategies and policies for data-driven decision-making. How are agencies using data in the field to animate these strategies?
In this resource, you’ll explore how:
- An Orange County Court spurred a statewide data movement.
- Washington is eliminating disparities for children, youth and families with performance-based contracting.
- The Interior Department uses data to drive conversations about racial equity at National Parks.
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