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The government faces plenty of unique challenges in maintaining functions across many types of disruptions. Through the lens of our ‘new normal’, what benefits and opportunities to innovate should agencies be considering in light of new opportunities and challenges in data management? Throughout this webinar, speakers discussed how the government can plan for continuity amidst the challenges facing their data management. This webinar is part of a new podcast and webinar series, DataShare, presented by the Data Coalition and Workiva.
CPE – Webinar – 1 Credit
Duration: 60 minutes
CPE credits: 1
Course level: Overview — No preparation is needed
Appropriate prerequisites will be listed by session: Appropriate prerequisites will be listed by session.
Advanced preparation: No advanced preparation required.
Field of Study: Finance
Delivery method: Group: Internet based
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Jed HerrmannVice President, State and Federal Policy Implementation, Results for America
Vishal KapurPrincipal, Deloitte
Daniel SchumanPolicy Director, Demand Progress
Taka ArigaChief Data Scientist and Director of the Innovation Lab, U.S. Government Accountability Office
After this event, attendees will be able to:
- Identify and analyze existing or potential obstacles within their own agencies regarding business continuity and the resulting impact on data management
- Differentiate between challenges government agencies faced pre-Covid-19, amidst and those that will last beyond the Covid-19 pandemic
- Analyze and pursue available and future technological innovations as part of a comprehensive strategy to sustain continuity in the face of current and future disruptors