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Talk Amongst Yourselves: Why Twitter Needs #DataChat

Listeng to #DataChatWithin Government organizations, technologists are up against a wall of sound. In one ear, they hear consumers cry for faster, better service.

In the other, they hear administrative talk of smaller budgets and scarcer resources.

As stringent requirements for both transparency and accountability grow, this paradox of pressure increases.

Sometimes, the best way to cope is to TALK to somebody.

What if you could ask other data technologists candid questions like:

  • Do you think government regulation helps or hurts the sharing of data?
  • Do you think government regulators balance the privacy needs of the public with commercial needs?
  • What are the implications of big data government regulation, especially for users?
  • How can businesses expedite the government adoption of the cloud?
  • How can businesses aid in the government overcoming the security risks associated with the cloud?
  • How should the policy frameworks for handling big data differ between the government and the private sector?

What if you could tell someone who understood? What if they had sweet suggestions, terrific tips, stellar strategies for success? We think you can. We think they will.

That’s why Twitter needs a #DataChat.

Twitter Needs #DataChat

Third Thursdays, 3:00 PM EST

What on earth is a #DataChat?
Good question. It’s a Twitter Chat – A public dialog, at a set time, on a set topic. It’s something like a crowd-sourced discussion. Any Twitter user can participate simply by including the applicable hashtag in each tweet. Our hashtag is #DataChat. We’ll connect on Twitter, on the third Thursday of each month to share struggles, victories and advice about data governance. We’re going to begin this week, Thursday April 17, at 3:00 PM Eastern Time. For our first chat, we are going to discuss topics that relate to data technologies in government organizations.

What don’t you join us? Tell us about it. Mark your calendar. Bring a friend.

Because, sometimes, you just need someone to talk to.

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