The Government Accountability Office developed a business intelligence system that delivers insight into a broad range of key performance indicators on employee activity.
The Office of Personnel Management is developing a software-as-a-service talent management solution and an employee digital record that promise to improve how agencies manage their workforces.
With unstructured maintenance data hampering strategic decision-making, the Navy’s Military Sealift Command turned to machine learning for help.
The Administrative Data Research Facility gives authorized users access to a secure supercomputer, data science tools and thousands of datasets.
With analytics and machine learning, Wake County, N.C., is removing much of the human subjectivity from the process.
NOAA now delivers near-instant updates on the location of endangered whales to warn off ships in their vicinity.
Defense and intelligence agencies must take advantage of expanding geospatial data to answer mission-critical, operational or business problems.
Working with vehicle manufacturers and university researchers, the state is already deploying technology that allows cars to communicate with the infrastructure and other vehicles.
Working with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, researchers built a tool that uses decision science and big data to help make decisions about saving endangered species more effective and transparent.
Solutions that monitor data prep and lineage, encourage sharing and collaboration and take advantage of machine learning will give agencies much needed visibility and accountability in HR processes.