Tag "public sector"
From May 2018, the new EU General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) will require all Public Sector organisations to more effectively understand how they manage data on their citizens, contractors and staff. What does GDPR mean for Public Sector agencies? GDPR will introduce a new set of requirements on agencies around managing the privacy of data... more
For St. Joseph Health, improving health and quality of life of the people is the ultimate mission. It requires a number of considerations, or, “dimensions of performance” as it was introduced by the organization at this year’s MDM & Data Governance Summit in San Francisco: Cost of the care – including the current and projected... more
The Informatica Government Summit is tomorrow and we couldn’t be more excited! Our great speaker lineup includes experts from Bloomberg, FCC, USPS, MeriTalk, the Department of Defense and more! We have more than a half dozen breakout sessions with public sector industry experts and Informatica customers and partners. If you’re going to be there, we want... more
...Along with the mandate to publish open data, is the opportunity to consume open data and get it into their analytics engines, thus, supporting the agency’s mission!...
...it’s rare that the data about individuals is consistently accurate and complete from system to system. The ability to centralize all the data about individuals into a single, authoritative “record” is key to improving service delivery.
...is it possible that the government’s “fear of commitment” is, in some ways, justified?
Get connected. Be connected. Make connections. Find connections. The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about connecting people, processes, data and, as the name suggests, things. The recent social media frenzy surrounding the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has certainly reminded everyone of the power of social media, the Internet and a willingness to answer a... more
What springs to mind when you think about old applications? What happens to them when they outlived their usefulness? Do they finally get to retire and have their day in the sun, or do they tenaciously hang on to life? Think for a moment about your situation and of those around you. From the time... more
Within 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... more
Loraine Lawson does an outstanding job of covering the issues around government use of “data heavy” projects. This includes a report by the government IT site, MeriTalk. “The report identifies five factors, which it calls the Big Five of IT, that will significantly affect the flow of data into and out of organizations: Big data,... more