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By investing dollars and resources in digital transformation, measurement and talent, government agencies can better align their services with citizen’s expectations and drive meaningful innovation for future constituents.
The U.S. Transportation Department is looking to partner with state, local and tribal governments on developing data analysis tools to improve roadway safety.
Rather than denying victims access to their hostage data, leakware attackers threaten to publish citizens’ sensitive information online.
The cloud-based integrated data exchange that powers smart city efforts in Columbus, Ohio, now offers visualization tools to help users quickly make sense of the data.
Members of the State Chief Data Officer Network are working to share their experiences, build relationships and improve coordination in support of strong data management and oversight.
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