For agencies charged with delivering public services, their pursuit to do so in a thoughtful and data-driven manner is paramount. Admittedly, this approach starts with a decision to make data and business intelligence a strategic priority.
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Government’s data has the potential for tremendous, life-changing insight, successfully leveraging it means creating a culture that is open and transparent.
Agencies must learn to keep up with the changing world around them while still ensuring citizens get the services that help make their lives better. But how? The answer lies in making data and business intelligence a strategic priority and a valuable asset.
Governments can deliver new, better and more effective services to citizens by adopting a data-driven strategy that enables real-time insight and analytics.
8 lessons learned from failing fast on innovative projects.
Data analytics can be extremely helpful in improving efficiency and decision-making at agencies, but there are a number of organizational challenges IT leaders must overcome before they can implement effective data systems.
Building a strong brand can help an agency stand out in a competitive environment, one where employers are vying for employees with similar skills. Agencies should be leading the conversations about their workplaces and shaping how others identify them.
The road to achieving tangible benefits is a journey that involves repeatable steps to ensure success. They include the forming, storming, norming and performing phases.
When assessing the results of a recent GovLoop survey of federal, state and local government employees, several important takeaways stand out that, when combined, paint an interesting picture of the state of anti-fraud technology today in the public sector.
“I have no one under the age of 40 in my office,” said a policy analyst from the Department of Veterans Affairs in a recent GovLoop survey. That policy analyst isn’t alone – the government is graying. According to the Office of Personnel Management, the average age of a government employee is 47. At theRead… Read more »