NSF CIO on data-driven cultures supporting Federal innovation

“Since the 2018 bill requiring agency data to be accessible, the departments of Health and Human Services and Veterans Affairs and the National Science Foundation are emphasizing how a data-driven workforce is support these efforts…”

“’For a long time, the federal government has been evolving and using data more and more for data-driven decision-making, but we were doing that in isolation. The evidence act brings together all the elements that were working independently and allows us to leverage our combined strengths,’ said NSF CIO Dorothy Aronson during a FedInsider virtual event last week. ‘We are able to grow as a government all at once.’…”

“Agencies are also implementing new workforce initiatives, like training and educational sessions, to support data management and modernization efforts. NSF is teaching the workforce how to effectively and successfully use data and create analytics.

‘It seems like we’re moving now into a world where we’re getting to see a culture of data. People are getting more comfortable with data. We’re learning about new data tools and the power of data informally through our normal conversations,’ Aronson said. ‘We’re getting to leverage each other’s accomplishments and spring off of those to advance our understanding of this new world.’…”

“As federal agencies continue to modernize, Aronson said there must be a ‘data epiphany’ and a continued, active effort to advance the knowledge and functions of data…” Read the full article here.

Source: How Data-Driven Cultures Are Supporting Federal Innovation – By Sarah Sybert, October 4, 2021. GovernmentCIO.

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