The age of big data has officially arrived in government. Storage systems are near capacity as the amount of information the federal government captures has increased exponentially since 2000, and is projected to double every year going forward. This new information, effectively captured, managed, and analyzed, has the power to enhance profoundly the effectiveness of government. Yet government CIOs and their staffs must rise to the big data challenge at a time when IT budgets are flat or shrinking, data centers are being consolidated, and new skills are required to manage, analyze and apply these massive amounts of data.
Join i360Gov’s panel of government subject matter experts for this 60 minute webinar as they present an overview of the big data landscape, discuss current big data initiatives in government, and provide actionable analysis and best-practice advice that you can apply to your agency’s big data strategy.
Daniel M. Gerstein, PhD
Deputy Under Secretary, Science and Technology Division
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Presidential Innovation Fellow
Director of The Energy Data Initiative
U.S. Department of Energy
Federal Account Manager
Who Should Attend:
- Government CIOs, CTOs, IT decision makers
- Government data managers/developers
- Government business strategists and decision makers
- Government program managers and data scientists
- Government teaming partners / systems integrators
If you are not able to attend the live event, as long as you register now, you will be able to access the archived event.