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A growing number of state governments are running better, and data is the driving force behind the improvements. Data-driven applications are fighting unemployment fraud, street crime, and abuse of contract procedures. And analytics are at the core of improvements in healthcare and in making public records more accessible for all of us.
Join us on May 17 when Stu Davis, CIO for the State of Ohio and board member of the National Association of State CIOs (NASCIO), discusses how data and analytics are changing government, bringing operational efficiency and transparency. He will share with you his view into what is happening in his and many of the 49 other state governments, as well as at the federal and state level.
Attend this event and get insight into the advanced analytics work being done today and where it can go in the future.
Some of the topics up for discussion include:
- Innovative approaches with analytics across the 50 states
- Where analytics are delivering results in areas such as employment services, welfare, crime prevention, and access to public records
- How analytics are being used to combat fraud
- How the states are leveraging the federal Open Data strategy
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