The newly named chief data scientist sketches the future of data-driven government.
The man who declared data scientist "the sexiest job of the 21st century” now plays that part for the federal government.
The agency is still trying to decide how to address a looming lapse in weather satellite data.
IARPA uses publicly available data to predict crises; now it wants to use signals intelligence for the same purpose.
The field of statistics is booming, thanks in large part to the increased need for data analysts.
The "largest index of government data in the world" will soon be made public.
The White House’s big data and privacy working group cites progress, but acknowledges that big challenges lie ahead.
Recent air disasters present stark evidence that the government needs new aircraft location and in-flight data transmission technologies.
USFS wants to modernize the process of storing, retrieving and deleting data.
DOJ’s R&D arm is funding software development that makes it easier to store and transfer data for criminal investigations.
Intelligent building management systems monitor operational performance and energy use to identify root causes and correct deficiencies.
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