Digitizing Data in Arizona

CIO Morgan Reed talks about the formation of a data management working group to help agencies share data.

by / November 29, 2016

Admittedly in the early stages of analytics efforts to deal with the terabytes of data held by the state, agencies in Arizona are coming together to evaluate their readiness to share their data across silos. As CIO Morgan Reed told Government Technology at the NASCIO Annual Conference in Orlando, Fla., he's looking to provide cloud platforms where agencies can share data and make it available to decision-makers who need it.

  

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