Florida selects data vendor for workforce education push
The software company Pairin is developing software that its CEO said could "change everything" about how funds are directed to various educational and training institutions in Florida.
Enabling student success with tech at universities requires care
Higher education technology experts said universities adopted broader technology toolkits in recent months, but supporting students requires precision.
HHS launches $80M public health IT workforce program promoting equity
The program will address health and socioeconomic inequalities that were illuminated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Those who are ‘data fluent’ will be future leaders of DOD, deputy CDO says
"Those who are fluent in using data will be the future leaders in our organization," said Clark Cully, DOD's deputy chief data officer.
Agencies gain ‘momentum’ appointing Evidence Act leadership
Chief data officers, statistical officials and evaluation officers have mostly been designated and are collaborating on councils, according to one OMB official.
GSA releases finalized federal data skills catalog and ethics framework
The living documents will guide agencies developing data management competencies and officials in making ethical decisions.
How the pandemic sparked Miami's data-driven culture shift
Miami CIO Michael Sarasti told StateScoop the city's "data-driven culture" was made legitimate by the pressures of the ongoing health crisis.
Trump administration releases data skills catalog, ethics framework
As part of the Federal Data Strategy 2020 Action Plan, the White House recently published a curated data skills catalog and a data ethics framework for public comment.
A remote-work headache for the FBI: Accessing unclassified data is harder than it should be
The challenge is that a lot of unclassified data resides on FBI legacy systems that otherwise are not available remotely, says the FBI Laboratory's Gurvais Griss.