Juana Nakfour, Senior Software Engineer in the AI Center of Excellence for the office of the CTO at Red Hat, answers questions around the Red Hat's Open Data Hub.
In this report, we reveal the 11 ways that CX quality drives mission success and offer proven advice on how CX professionals at government organizations can take a systematic approach to improving CX.
This e-book explores the components that go into a digital transformation and provides guidance for governments considering a move to the cloud.
Citizens expect governments to provide sustainable programs, appropriate services, and responsive solutions. The most indispensable infrastructures—real or intangible—in society are the domain of public-sector agencies. You need to deliver on your public commitments in the context of multi-layered matrices of rules and procedures across agencies and demonstrate your agency’s impact against its goals through transparent portfolio reviews.
This report will offer more details about technology, talent, policy and organizational challenges, and what states are doing to overcome them to reap the rewards of AI.
Finding a security platform for your organization can be a difficult task. In cybersecurity, the term “platform” has become overused, making it difficult to cut through the noise and understand which factors matter in choosing the best option for your business. The platform you choose today can act as a foundation for your security maturity posture for the next few years and should be chosen carefully.
The cloud market is growing steadily and advanced cloud businesses are looking for simple management platforms.
The Defense Department’s foray into AI brings with it promises of a new dawn for military readiness, but getting started isn’t always easy. This toolkit will enable DoD agencies to identify the steps to embark on an automation journey — it provides tips and strategies for harnessing data through high-powered data analytics and automation to help complete the mission.
In this research report, created by GovLoop in partnership with IBM, which provides innovative technology solutions for national security and military intelligence, you’re going to learn where your peers stand—and some practical tips on how to get started—even if you think your data is “dirty” or not ready for advanced applications.
Technology is often at the heart of the most significant innovations in government programs and services. Today, cloud redefines the technological landscape and underpins the capabilities that enable better outcomes for citizens and agencies alike.
The Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act is intended to help you use your agency’s data as a strategic asset to drive decision-making and support policy goals. But to get there, you have to start with the requirements of its year-one action plan.
The COVID-19 crisis has inundated government agencies with data of all kinds, from information around patient symptoms and relief fund disbursement to economic recovery and unemployment claims. With so much data coming in, agencies are challenged to not only collect and store it, but also to make it available for analysis and decision support now and in the future.
The success of an organization’s response to a crisis hinges to a large degree on its ability to manage the accompanying deluge of data. Whether you’re responding to a natural disaster, an economic collapse, or a disease outbreak, the capability to leverage data as an asset is critical.
While the Federal Data Strategy offers a framework for capitalizing on agency data, IT leaders need robust integration tools to "master, not just manage" the data.