Overview

February 27
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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Oracle Government 360 is a four-part blueprint for government modernization. In this fourth in a series of webinars on how state and local government can modernize their systems, the focus shifts to modern cloud predictive analytics. Results from the Center for Digital Government’s 2018 Digital States Survey show government CIOs are becoming more data-driven. But how can agencies take the vast amounts of data they collect and utilize it to better prepare for a more effective, efficient and innovative future?

Join us on February 27 at 11:00 am PT/2:00 pm ET as we examine how public sector organizations are using analytics, business intelligence and machine learning to improve budgeting and planning processes, solve social issues such as welfare benefits and homelessness, and predict and prepare for a future of improved government services.

You’ll hear:
- How Maine took their BI warehouse to a new level to empower state employees to access data and create customized, meaningful reports using dashboards and other features.
- How Las Vegas is leveraging BI and analytics to run a smarter, more efficient and safer city.
- How San Joaquin County, Calif., is using analytics to better understand their homeless population and evaluate each person’s potential fit for rehabilitation programs that can help get them off the streets.

Speakers

Jeffrey A. Jordan

Jeffrey A. Jordan

Director, Enterprise Data Services, State of Maine

Jerry Becker

Jerry Becker

Assistant County Administrator, San Joaquin County, Calif.

Al Pitts

Al Pitts

Director, Enterprise Data & Analytics, City of Las Vegas

Pamela Snyder

Pamela Snyder

Vice President State and Local Analytics, Oracle

Morgan Wright

Morgan Wright — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government