Members of the PIF class of 2019 include data strategists, AI specialists, venture capitalists, and neuroscientists. See what they’ve been up to this year.
Insights from the White House Workforce Data Interoperability Sprint present an opportunity to reframe the skills gap to accommodate a more flexible learning system and more accurately reflect the changing nature of work.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics has been on a journey to improve their data reporting, using and iterating on machine learning, from algorithms to deep neural networks with lessons for everyone on this path.
What are some examples of misunderstood metrics, and how and when should you use them? We’ll talk about these metrics and their potential misinterpretations and pitfalls.
In our July meeting, the USWDS team and special guests walk through migrating sites to USWDS 2 and take any questions you might have.
Introducing a new investment fund for technology products in the federal government
In this talk, we will review how Recreation.gov is built and operated to achieve its uptime goal for millions of yearly transactions.
We will hear from the teams behind the PRA Guide and explore why and how it was built, the methods they used, and what the team is doing to ensure a sustainable path for the future.