Ohio Considers Data Analytics Partnership Across State Lines

Ohio CIO Stu Davis has his eye on Indiana's analytics achievements. Can their expertise be shared?

by , / June 22, 2016

The prospect of a statewide data analytics program is a daunting one. In Ohio, CIO Stu Davis is starting to look at a centralized model that would enable the state to look at data sets from a variety of agencies and departments. At the NASCIO Mid-Year Conference last month, Davis told Government Technology that the state needs an analytics partner to help it get the most out of its information resources. One potential partner? The state of Indiana, whose Management and Performance Hub represents a model that many in government are watching closely.

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