Disasters, Missteps, and Recovery: Data Management in the New Normal

Government technology leaders have long since endeavored to leverage their data assets while maintaining true data governance. This need is underlined by the fact that best practices for data management and advanced analytics are in almost every Federal and DoD IT Strategic Plan.


However, the world has changed since those plans were put together. Yet, despite the emerging crisis, agencies still need to crunch numbers, analyze trends, gain insights, and make decisions. In a time of increasing uncertainty, they need to make better decisions with greater urgency and wider import at higher levels of risk. More than ever, this demands the highest-quality, most comprehensible data, delivered at speed and in considerable volumes.


Join this executive roundtable of your peers to discuss the current state of data management in a world much different from that in which your agency’s IT strategic plan was developed. We will discuss the difficulties in fulfilling mission priorities, such as establishing a data-driven environment, integrating with future-facing technology elements, and growing a data driven culture – all during a time in which remote work, the loss of secured work spaces, and data silos have played havoc with everyday operations.


You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, comment, and discuss the data challenges you’re experiencing.


Seating is limited. Register now to secure your spot.

Featured Speakers

  • Chris Banks

    Chris Banks

    Sr. Director of BI and Analytics