Big Data Analytics in Government
We truly live in an information society and technology culture that thrives and innovates around the use of data. Data helps us identify needs, define problems, and work towards solutions. The term Big Data describes the use of sophisticated powerful computing techniques to analyze massive and highly complex sets of information. Scientists, retailers, and governments use Big Data to define and predict everything from future currency values to your personal preferences and taste in shoes!
Join us for a Big Data discussion with Dianna Anderson, State of Colorado Chief Data Officer. Ms. Anderson will lead us in exploring new Big Data projects and provide a glimpse into how Colorado is working with Big Data techniques and tools to help provide tangible positive impacts for citizens.
Dianna Anderson, Chief Data Officer, State of Colorado
Dianna Anderson is the Chief Data Officer for the State of Colorado. Ms Anderson’s experience in Information Technology has been applied across both public and private sectors including federal and state government, government contractors, and private companies within different industries. Her opportunities required her to wear many hats, perform multiple roles, and develop overall data integration and business intelligence experience.
As the State Chief Data Officer, Ms Anderson champions the development, adoption, and maintenance of the enterprise-wide information architecture (EIA) across the State and Local agencies. She is responsible for defining the EIA organization, governance, processes, and technology infrastructure.
Dianna os co-chair of the Governance Data Advisory Board (GDAB) committee. GDBA was established to advise the State of Colorado Chief Information Officer on activities and policies necessary to developing the interdepartmental data protocols.
Who Should Attend?
IT Directors, Managers, Mechanical Engineers and Consultants, Network Architects, Data Architects, Budget and Financing.
Free for all attendees
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