Data and Analytics Framework. How Public Sector Can Profit from Its Immense Asset, Data
Public sector is rich of data, but this alone is not enough to fully exploit insights and information hidden in it. Data needs to be coupled with a team of data scientists and engineers, a big data platform and a legislative framework to make the famous “data driven decision making” actually possible. This is why the Digital Transformation Team introduced the Data and Analytics Framework.
KeywordsPublic administration Data and analytics framework Big data
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