The importance of Data as a strategic asset in all aspects of government operations has only become more ubiquitous. With challenges ranging from COVID-19 to Climate Change, Societal injustice to depressed local budgets – now more than ever there are enormous opportunities for public sector leaders to leverage analytics to gain new insights and innovate how government engages and operates.
While public sector organizations recognize the importance of data as a strategic asset, many are still struggling to accelerate performance and empower their organizations with actionable intelligence. Public Sector Network’s Building Your Data Platform virtual event will spur you to think outside the box on how you can utilize data to engage with citizens, partners & customers, while developing a more cohesive data program.
Data intelligence efforts – whether addressing shared services for payroll processing, public health, or streamlining processes for citizen engagement – can make an immense difference in driving efficiencies.
When government operates with actionable intelligence in-hand, not only are citizens engaged with in a manner that suits them, but public servants are able to further leverage that data for additional decision-making perspective. Now more than ever, our country needs all relevant tools to address the multi-faceted challenges that are before us.
Join Public Sector Network’s Building Your Data Platform Virtual Event to hear from thought-leaders and explore where and how opportunities for improvement exist to create meaningful and sustainable gains.
Learn How to Develop Data Management, Analytics, and AI Capabilities by Fully Utilizing your Platform
Master the Operational Roll-Out and Logistics of Embedding and Further Developing Your Data Platform
Set your vision and strategy for the development/expansion of a strong data platform/foundation for advanced data & analytics capabilities
Explore how to transform ‘data’ into ‘intelligence’
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