Eckerd Rapid Safety Feedback software analyzes child welfare data and flags high-risk cases so that they can be more thoroughly reviewed by front-line staff.
To secure the Republican National Convention, Cleveland used the Vidsys security platform to collect and analyze video feeds and provide real-time, actionable information to local agencies.
With budgets getting tighter, agencies are digging into their data to forecast workforce trends and improve decision making.
California is overhauling the way it collects information for its massive cancer database in the hope of improving how patients are treated for the disease.
The Iowa Communications Network implemented real-time analytic dashboards to better monitor and respond to key performance indicators.
The IT department is usually held responsible for maintaining quality data, but those entering the data are not.
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National Institute of Standards and Technology’s 3D Ballistics Research Database uses an open-source-developed algorithm to more reliably link bullets to the guns that fired them.
The Commerce Department has been building application programming interfaces to improve the usability of its agencies' data.
The Hewlett Packard Real-Time Health System prototype incorporates big data not commonly found in the clinical space to augment health records managed by patients' care providers.
When it comes to big data and analytics, agencies invest most heavily in operations- and workforce-related processes and cite the Internet of Things as a key driver, according to a new report.
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