About this paper
State government agencies routinely confront data – big data – in all different sizes, shapes and forms. Yet many are constrained in how effectively they can use that data due to limited IT infrastructures and outdated viewpoints about technology and analytics. How can you change the way government leaders view analytics? Learn from the real-life experiences of states that have used analytics to make their communities stronger, safer and better places to live. Their results prove that analytics can help strengthen fraud detection, enhance child welfare services, improve health outcomes, deliver citizen services faster and more cost effectively, and boost public safety.