Chief data officers are an important new addition to the C-suite and federal IT departments.
Federal leaders are always looking for ways to collect, store, share, protect and make use of data, something that becomes more challenging as the number of devices recording information rapidly increases. To cope with the avalanche of information, agencies are tapping chief data officers to coordinate all of the moving parts of their data management efforts. “Rise of Chief Data Officers Promise More Open Data Access to Government Data” explains how CDOs are modernizing data management systems to keep pace with the times.
Author: Ryan Petersen