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Technology has seen a big leap in the past decade. We are all connected, day and night, via our smartphones. We can talk to anyone, make purchases, and find answers to our questions whenever we want, wherever we want.
By helping evaluate technology providers, setting up digital tools for community partners or explaining security and privacy controls, IT professionals can help boost census engagement.
The federal government would benefit from considering lessons learned from open government activities in other countries and at state and local levels.
Agencies, industry and individuals presented digital tools using open federal data and artificial intelligence at the March 1 demo day.
When a 1 percent undercount can cost billions in federal funding, communities are mounting their own high-tech efforts to ensure the most accurate count.
When cutting-edge tech is combined with a connected data platform, border security can build a common operating picture that allows officers to survey vast territory and respond to threats in real time.
Government can maximize return on every taxpayer dollar with improved spend management, more efficient processes and overall better visibility into supplier relationships.
An effective data analytics strategy requires a deep understand of the tools, processes and people involved.
An Illinois county database that included 25,000 names, as well as countless errors, is on the verge of being dismantled under a new ordinance.
Cities trying to control carbon emissions can get help from a framework that estimates of annual and hourly CO2 emissions down to a resolution of 1 km.
With young urban renters unlikely to respond to nudges by mail, phone or strangers at the door, the Census Bureau is developing social media and other internet publicity that will encourage potential respondents to log in and fill out a form.
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