Dr. Steve Bennett,
Director, Global Government Practice
As the Global Government Practice lead, Steve Bennett is passionate about helping governments around the world put their data to work for the citizens they serve. In his current role, he drives strategic industry positioning and messaging in global government markets. A thought leader in decision science and the application of analytics in government, Steve works to ensure that analytics solutions at SAS deliver maximum value for governments around the world.
Prior to SAS, Steve held a number of leadership positions during his 12 years in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Following the events of September 11th 2001, Steve led the design and application of quantitative analysis to inform some of the United States’ most challenging security decisions, most recently as the Director of the National Biosurveillance Integration Center.
Over the course of his career in Government, he led numerous efforts to provide analytic decision support to senior officials in the White House and across the U.S. Government. Steve is relentless in his commitment to helping governments improve decision making, and pursues better organization, management, and use of data as critical to that endeavor.
Steve holds a doctorate in Computational Biochemistry from Stanford, as well as undergraduate degrees in Biology and Chemistry from Caltech, and has authored a number of publications. When not supporting improved analytics in government, he is coaching youth soccer, leading children’s ministry at church, or building something in his workshop.
|2019||AI in the Real World for Public Sector||Four Seasons Hotel Riyadh||SAS|
|2018||Opening Remarks||Newseum, Washington DC||SAS Government Leadership Forum|
|2018||Operationalizing Analytics to Combat Fraud||TV Panel||SAS and Government Matters Thought Leadership Network|
|2018||The New Analytics Economy: Pioneering Digital Transformation in Government||The Shaw Centre, Ottawa||SAS Canada & The Institute of Public Administration of Canada|