A truly smart community is one that can avail the right technologies to manage its assets more effectively and efficiently. In this type of environment, government employees are able to move from tactical and repetitive tasks to strategic and value-added roles.
Posts Tagged: data
Learn the top data challenges agencies are currently facing and how to overcome them.
One of the mistakes people make is that the data steals the show, and it is left to tell its own story. Don’t fall victim to that trap. Check out these practical tips for leading data-drive briefings.
Fighting fraud has never been easier.
Look at your own skillset and research an industry that you might not have considered before and try to imagine how that sector could benefit from what you have to offer.
This blog post is an excerpt from the recent GovLoop and Oracle industry perspective, Mitigating the Impact of Data Loss & Outages in Government. Download the full report here. Agencies across government and the nation’s critical departments — including transportation, energy, emergency services and financial services — rely on electronic data and the related computer… Read more »
Government IT systems are collecting and managing more data than ever today. If used properly, this data can be used to gain valuable insights into the management and mission critical decision-making processes at agencies. Learn more about how data management systems are the key to digital transformations in government.
In this week’s Government Innovators Summit at GovLoop, we heard from a panel of experts as they discussed the power of data analytics to improve all areas of government – from social services, to public safety, to cybersecurity efforts.
Cybersecurity is difficult at agencies due a constantly changing cyber environment and consistent cyberthreats. Perhaps the most important asset for an agency to protect is it’s data. Find out how situational awareness is helping agencies understand new devices in their environment and how they can better protect their data.
The recent OMB memo ended the hiring freeze and asked agencies to develop strategic workforce reform plans. Learn how this memo will impact the federal IT workforce, and how they can drive change in agencies.