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Dark data, information that agencies collect with the intention of using but fail to do so effectively, is a growing concern for federal agencies. Exposing this dark data could be the first step toward generating valuable insights that would enhance decision-making.
Research agencies are inundated with unprecedented and massive amounts of data, but they do not necessarily have the tools to ensure that this data is fully utilized.
Federal agencies are being asked to follow the 2012 Federal IT Shared Services Strategy which requires them to utilize existing systems and services before considering new IT investments. Though fairly new to the U.S. government, shared services are widely used by other public sector governments and industries interested in increasing efficiency. As federal agencies consider migrating their operations to shared services, some myths may inhibit federal agencies from taking the leap. As a result, Accenture partnered with the Government Business Council to debunk some of the biggest myths surrounding shared services.
Federal agencies grappling with implementing Cloud First mandates face staffing challenges and lengthy procurement processes, making it difficult to take advantage of cloud technologies. While there are initial challenges, cloud computing holds the potential to play a major role in increasing government efficiency and service delivery. This infographic reveals the major steps to a successful cloud migration, drawing upon original survey research from Accenture and Government Business Council.
The October 2013 government shutdown cost local communities over $414 million in tourism and visitor spending, says the National Park Service.
Cloud’s growth in the federal government over the last several years has been nothing short of explosive.
GBC and Booz Allen Hamilton teamed up with KCnext to present new research on the impact big data is having across the federal government. The Twitter-sphere offers a brief but informative recap of the event.
Using a 2010 panel's recommendations as a guide, the 2014 QDR shows the Pentagon is making progress on several fronts.