Data

Technology Transformation Begins With People: Closing the Human-Technology Gap

Sep 11, 2019 |

GSA's Technology Transformation Services is prototyping a human-centered approach to cultivating an environment of lifelong learning to attract and retain the best talent to serve our citizens. Read »

Technology Transformation Begins With People: Closing the Human-Technology Gap

A Design Challenge to Improve How School Data is Reported

Sep 26, 2018 |

Join ED for two days of sketching, prototyping, and building solutions to help states design family-friendly approaches that make school data more transparent and accessible. Read »

A Design Challenge to Improve How School Data is Reported

The Value of Federal Government Data

Mar 14, 2018 |

Dr. Bill Brantley covers the application of infonomics as a way to help agencies to measure and use data for organizational innovation and digital transformation. Read »

The Value of Federal Government Data

Redesigning an Intranet Site: Final Stages, Launch, and Lessons Learned

Mar 7, 2018 |

Helpful lessons from the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) on the redesign of an intranet. Read »

Redesigning an Intranet Site: Final Stages, Launch, and Lessons Learned

Making Customer Satisfaction Data Actionable at the Peace Corps

Jan 30, 2018 |

Learn how measuring customer experience helped inform and guide website development at Peace Corps Read »

Making Customer Satisfaction Data Actionable at the Peace Corps

Machine Learning Paired with Skilled Data Scientists is the Future of Data-Driven Decision Making

Oct 3, 2017 |

ML can provide high-value services for data management and analytics, security threat detection, and process improvement but it doesn’t stop there. Read »

Machine Learning Paired with Skilled Data Scientists is the Future of Data-Driven Decision Making

The Data Briefing: How to Build a Chatbot in a Weekend

Sep 27, 2017 |

As chatbots have become more popular, some online sites will let you create a chatbot with little or no programming. Read »

The Data Briefing: How to Build a Chatbot in a Weekend

The Data Briefing: Will Artificial Intelligence Tools Replace or Augment Federal Employees?

Sep 20, 2017 |

A Washington, D.C. think tank recently released reports advocating using artificial intelligence (AI) tools to reorganize the federal government. Read »

The Data Briefing: Will Artificial Intelligence Tools Replace or Augment Federal Employees?

The Data Briefing: How Blockchain’s Future Growth Will Affect Federal Agencies

Sep 13, 2017 |

Blockchains are an innovative technology which promises to radically change how society conducts business. It will take significant changes in organizational processes before agencies can begin to support blockchains. Read »

The Data Briefing: How Blockchain’s Future Growth Will Affect Federal Agencies

Emerging Tech and Open Data for a More Open and Accountable Government

Aug 24, 2017 |

Open data and emerging technologies—including artificial intelligence and distributed ledgers, such as blockchain—hold vast potential to transform public services held back by bureaucracy and outdated IT systems. We are opening the doors to bold, fresh ideas for government accountability, transparency and citizen participation by working with U.S. businesses, civil society groups and others to shape Read »

NIST Publishes NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework

Aug 22, 2017 |

Categorizing and Describing Cybersecurity Work for the Nation The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) is pleased to announce the release of Special Publication 800-181, the NICE Cybersecurity Workforce Framework. This publication serves as a fundamental reference to support a workforce capable of meeting an organization’s cybersecurity needs. It provides organizations with a common, consistent Read »

Check out Data.gov’s New Metrics Page

Aug 4, 2017 |

Data.gov recently updated its Metrics page to provide greater detail and transparency to the progress of the Data.gov catalog. Data.gov is primarily a metadata catalog, providing information about, and links to, open datasets made available by federal agencies and participating non-federal sources such as state, county, and city Read »

The Data Briefing: Ten Years of Digital Transformation—Lessons Learned

Jul 26, 2017 |

Since 2007, a major consulting firm has conducted an annual survey on organizations’ “Digital IQ.” In the ten years of organizations grappling with digital transformation, what has been learned? Read »

The Data Briefing: Ten Years of Digital Transformation—Lessons Learned

‘Cybersecuring’ the Internet of Things

Jun 29, 2017 |

I recently had the chance to talk with the legendary Vint Cerf, one of the founding fathers of the internet. We had a wide-ranging discussion about the past, present and future of the internet, network security and what it would take to successfully, safely and reliably merge the digital and physical worlds, a concept known Read »

Hack-to-Learn at the Library of Congress

Jun 28, 2017 |

When hosting workshops, such as Software Carpentry, or events, such as Collections As Data, our National Digital Initiatives team made a discovery—there is an appetite among librarians for hands-on computational experience. That’s why we created an inclusive hackathon, or a “hack-to-learn,” taking advantage of the skills librarians already have and pairing them with programmers to Read »