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A logical data fabric can help government agencies to glean immediate, actionable intelligence from their data, securely share it and leverage it to enable information flexibility and agility.
A dataset of tweets that captures people’s sleep-wake status, local events and roadway accidents and construction was able to bridge the information gap created by the overnight lull in traffic.
CITADEL opens up new opportunities for big data researchers who previously could not access Summit, the nation’s most powerful scientific supercomputer, because of privacy rules.
Key to agencies driving real outcomes with artificial intelligence, DataOps treats data as an integral piece of overall mission strategy.
Twelve databases will be added to the Treasury Department’s multiagency, governmentwide Do Not Pay portal.