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Data is key to performance management in Nebraska

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On the Priorities Podcast: Nebraska CIO Ed Toner overviews how to measure improvement with data. Texas CISO Nancy Rainosek gives an update on the TexRAMP cloud security program.

Data & Analytics — A StateScoop & EdScoop Special Report

by • 4 months ago

Data and analytics are growing in influence in the public sector as more organizations seek concrete answers to their most difficult policy questions.

Cities are getting better at reading between the numbers

by • 4 months ago

Cities have never been more focused on data, and they're using new approaches — from data academies to project-based learning — to ramp up their efforts.

Measuring the impact of data programs is about more than just dollars

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States are spending more on data-driven projects than ever before — but are they getting a return on their investments?

The state chief data officer is here to stay

by • 4 months ago

More states are hiring chief data officers as data and technology move closer to the center of agency business.

How open data helps cities be more accountable

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On the Priorities Podcast: Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin outlines how his office uses data in its audits and reports on city operations.

Technology alone can’t fix state unemployment systems

by • 4 months ago

Technology can help fix unemployement systems, but a full reboot will require a careful examination of states' fundamental strategies.

Enacting data strategies for better state and local decision-making

by • 4 months ago

Tyler Technologies’ Franklin Williams discusses how state and local agencies are using data as a strategic asset to improve outcomes across communities.

Justice Dept. launches criminal justice data-sharing program for state and local government

by • 5 months ago

A new initiative strives to bring new data tools and encourage use of data-driven decision making in criminal justice systems in every state.

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