To tackle pressing issues, state and local agencies are improving their processes of collaborating and sharing data to drive solutions. Here are some examples.
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If you could time travel to before the pandemic, what would you tell yourself then that you know now?
Artificial intelligence is the ability of computers and algorithms to learn on their own to perceive things around them and to act using data.
Spurred by serious concerns about the rise of opioid use statewide — and a fascination with data — state employees combined disparate datasets to visualize and combat Indiana’s drug epidemic.
Today’s public sector leaders are turning to data analytics to gain actionable intelligence that can improve outcomes for citizens. How are states increasing the effectiveness, efficiency, and transparency of state government? By dramatically simplifying and increasing the use of data across agencies. Listen to the Archive
Individuals and communities throughout Indiana are safer as a result of a new information sharing initiative funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance Ashburn, VA. (October 8, 2013). The IJIS Institute—a nonprofit organization that focuses on mission-critical information sharing for justice, public safety, and homeland security—is pleased to announce the successful enhancement of the informationRead… Read more »
Happy Sunday!!! Your History Lesson There’s been a few times in civil service history when the United States Government hired several government workers. 1978 was one of those years. That’s also when one of the largest civil service reforms, Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, was passed. The Act also established the Senior Executive ServiceRead… Read more »
Did you know that the Big Ten Conference once included the University of Chicago? The Hokie Guru did not know this (and many former administration officials are alumni of this fine institution). In 1895, the original members of the Big Ten Conference included the University of Chicago, University of Illinois, University of Michigan, University ofRead… Read more »