Building a Stronger Government With Better Data Management
Modern data management is about more than just collecting, storing or organizing data. This report highlights several challenges — but also key opportunities — for organizations to leverage data as a key asset to better serve the public.
Optimizing Data to Build Better Government: How State and Local Governments Are Moving Toward Ideal Data Management
State and local governments collect an inordinate amount of public data. That data can be used to automate processes, drive better decision-making and enable agencies to be more proactive. However, a new survey from the Center for Digital Government finds most agencies still struggle to optimize their data management processes. Download this paper to find out how a holistic data management platform can empower agencies to overcome challenges around modern data management and begin using data to address critical business needs.
How to Gain Maximum Value from a Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery System
Successful cloud migration requires holistic visibility and comprehensive data protection. But what are some key issues to consider when selecting the best cloud-based disaster recovery option for your organization? Download this paper to find out what you should look for when it comes to fast and affordable cloud-based data transfer and recovery options.
Building Better Government: Achieving Modern Data Management in Finance and Administration
Finance and administration agencies must do more than simply collect data. They also must understand this data and put it to use to make better decisions, especially in times of growing budget uncertainty. Download this paper to find out how some finance and administration agencies are embracing modern data management practices to improve their operations and financial health and evolve into data-driven organizations.
Harnessing the Power of Data: A Roadmap for Modern Data Management in Health and Human Services
Health and human services (HHS) agencies must contend with an ever-growing volume of data from disparate sources. However, much of this data is siloed and isn’t easily accessible. Recent research indicates the most effective way for HHS agencies to combat these challenges is to develop a modern data management strategy. Download this paper to find out how some HHS agencies are doing just that to increase data sharing and harness this valuable information to deliver higher-quality care at lower cost.
Moving Toward Ideal Data Management: A Roadmap for State and Local Governments
Recently surveyed 306 state and local government IT executives in public safety, health and human services, finance and administration, and transportation and infrastructure to better understand their data management practices and challenges and gather insights into what modern data management looks like within these organizations.
Building Data-Driven Government: A Roadmap for Achieving Modern Data Management in Public Safety
It’s now more critical than ever for public safety agencies to adopt modern data management practices. Modern data management can give public safety agencies more visibility into their data and the ability to transform both structured and unstructured data into actionable intelligence that keeps the public safe. Download this paper to find out how with the right strategy, tools and processes, public safety agencies can begin to leverage data as a strategic asset that drives better decision-making and improved use of resources.
A Pathway for Achieving Modern Data Management in Transportation & Infrastructure
The country’s infrastructure is aging. With limited budgets, state and local governments must stretch their resources to address these challenges. However, there’s another approach that could help them better tackle transportation and infrastructure needs: modern data management. Download this paper to find out how modern data management practices can enable transportation and infrastructure agencies to better leverage the data at their disposal to improve safety and upgrade their infrastructure.