Demanding More: Federal Agencies' Data Use to Drive Mission and Meet Mandates

While most federal agencies collect data, very few are able to use it to improve program outcomes, tighten efficiencies and identify areas to cut costs. While half of managers believe that cost constraints will "significantly increase" the importance of data, nearly 50 percent report having difficulty making their data both accessible and actionable. Find out what steps agencies have taken towards data-based decision-making and what hurdles prevent them from successfully implementing the results.

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