U.S. to expand data-driven data analytics in government and private sector
Bloomberg title Data-driven analytics for government and other government agencies will be available through an online portal in 2019, a major milestone that will allow them to identify trends and predict the future, according to a new study.
The data-analytics portal will allow government agencies and other entities to use the information to improve performance and performance-based performance evaluations, the report said.
The portal is expected to be launched this summer and open to all government agencies, and it will allow organizations to create custom dashboards for government-sponsored events, including presidential candidates, federal agencies, defense contractors, and state and local governments.
It will also allow government and government-owned enterprises to make data-informed decisions about their operations and services, the authors of the report wrote.
Data-driven technologies are used to gather, analyze, and analyze data to improve data- and performance metrics and improve the efficiency of operations, such as those in the healthcare industry.
The term also encompasses the use of data to provide predictive analytics that can improve the quality and effectiveness of decisions, the researchers said.
Data is being gathered on topics such as health care delivery and the impact of global climate change on our economy and society.