For federal agencies, the veritable explosion of data and high-performance computing power over the last decade represents both promise and potential peril. On the one hand, agencies have unprecedented opportunities to unlock new insights from big data analytics and real-time data streams. On the other, without executive leadership and a robust strategy, many will struggle to adapt and miss valuable opportunities to improve the services they provide citizens and stakeholders.
- Why the role of Chief Data Officer is becoming so critical for federal agencies
- The five components of an effective data management strategy
- How some federal agencies are using non-traditional and real-time data streams to improve decision making
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