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Recap: GovDATAx Provides a Glimpse into New Government Practices to Unleash Data for the Public Good
The Data Coalition's October 2019 GovDATAx summit showcased the tremendous progress underway to extract more value from data the government already collects. GovDATAx also highlighted key areas for future progress to benefit ...
State Wage Interchange System: Better data for stronger workforce programs
Compared to earlier wage record exchange systems, SWIS enables states to access individual-level information about more program participants, simplifies the query process for states, and enables states to more efficiently ...
50-State Comparison: Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems
The Education Commission of the States created this comprehensive resource outlining Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SDLS) policies in all states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.
7 Tips to Transform Your Data Into Compelling Stories
This resource provides information on how best to use data to gain insight that can help government decision making.
Smart Data for a Skilled, Inclusive 21st Century Workforce
State and federal elected officials face an urgent question: Are our education policies equitably serving a diverse workforce and nimbly responding to the evolving skill needs of our 21st century economy? NSC has been ...
Fact or Fallacy: How State and Local Agencies Can Maximize Big Data
As buzz around Big Data grows, look beneath the hype to determine if it's time to dive in.
The U.S. Data Federation Wants to Make it Easier to Collect, Combine, and Exchange Data Across Government
This article explores the US Data Federation and its push to make government data easier to collect and exchange across agencies.
Lessons Learned: Building a Data-Driven, User-Centered Government
California Health and Human Services Agency Secretary, Michael Wilkening, discusses lessons learned building a data-driven, user-centered government.
What's Next for Open Data in the US
This article explores the implications of the passage of the OPEN Government Data Act.
States Need Not be Deterred by Costs of State Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS)
This paper provides case studies of five states and details that states' state longitudinal data system implementation and maintenance costs.