Date: Tuesday, December 8th
Time: 2:00 PM EST
These days, it's not uncommon for a state, city, or county government to make their datasets available to the public. But there are limitations in the usefulness of data if that data isn't being used in strategic ways, especially by the government making the data available.
Join editors from Route Fifty and data and performance leaders from state & local jurisdictions on this digital viewcast to discuss the questions below along with good ideas, best practices and approaches to turn public data into the energy that powers government services.
• What are some of the most innovative ways local jurisdictions are currently using their data to improve the services they provide?
• How can governments not only measure their performance but transform it?
• What are some of the best ways jurisdictions can save their taxpayers money and make informed budgeting decisions?
• What are some of the legal and privacy concerns involving the use of public data?
2:00 - 2:50 PM: Editorial Panel
• Anthony Fung, Deputy Secretary of Technology, Commonwealth of Virginia
• Laura Meixell, Analytics and Strategy Manager, City of Pittsburgh
• Tom Conroy, Vice President, Government Performance at The Pew Charitable Trusts
• Michael Grass, Executive Editor, Route Fifty (Moderator)
2:50 - 3:00 PM: Underwriter Session
• Kay Meyer, Principal Industry Consultant, SAS State and Local Government
• Constance Witherspoon, President, Government Executive Media Group (Moderator)
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