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Posts Tagged: Chief Data Officer
Probing deeply into big data and pinpointing solutions to important problems demand a chief analytics officer (CAO), rather than a chief data officer (CDO). Both are essential to a smart city or smart business, but they are quite different.
The role of Chief Data Officer (CDO) is still new in government. Here are some tips to help you navigate in this new but increasingly popular title.
In the uphill struggle for more data-driven governance, the insider’s best resource might just be experience, expertise and methods that have been developed outside of government.
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, the Open Data Playbook for Government. Download the full guide here. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is serious about using data to solve everyday challenges for residents. So much so that he named former Code for America Co-Executive Director Abhi Nemani the city’s first CDO… Read more »
This blog post is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent guide, the Open Data Playbook for Government. Download the full guide here. Imagine you’ve been named Chief Data Officer at your organization. You’re now charged with ensuring data is accurate, current and properly managed. It’s also your job to ensure that data is available on demand… Read more »
Big data is driving game-changing innovations in both the private and public sector. With the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), the shared economy, and advances in robotics, our society is being fundamentally changed by technology and the data generated from that technology. These developments are powering changes in the ways organizations collect, store… Read more »
The Federal Reserve has hired its first Chief Data Officer (CDO). Micheline Casey is joining NIH’s Eric Green, FCC’s Greg Elin, and a small but growing band of federal CDOs. It seems that a position that could not have existed five years ago is becoming nearly compulsory today. Last year, Harvard Business Review exhorted its… Read more »