Data Management Maturity: Achieving Best Practices

The Data Management Maturity (DMM) model is a framework for the evaluation and assessment of an organization’s data management capabilities. The model allows an organization to evaluate its current state data management capabilities, discover gaps to remediate, and strengths to leverage. The assessment method reveals priorities, business needs, and a clear, rapid path for process improvements. This webinar will describe the DMM, its evolution, and illustrate its use as a roadmap guiding organizational data management improvements.

 

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State of Washington: Privacy Modeling Demo

Government is using more data than ever in rendering services to citizens, yet government has few tools to enforce privacy rules or considerations and can’t simply hire enough to meet the demand for expertise. After consulting with academic and legal experts form the privacy community in Seattle, the state’s Chief Privacy Officer, Alex Alben, retained a software firm to create a web application which  returns relevant search requests based on the intended use of personal information in a product or service.

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Managing Change: How the Indiana County/State Data Sharing Initiative Mapped Its Way to Success (webinar)

All 92 Indiana counties have voluntarily provided key geospatial data with the Indiana Geographic Information Office. One hundred percent cooperation was not easy and it took several years to accomplish. This presentation focuses on the drivers that encouraged the effort and the resistors that hampered success and how managing both sides of the change equation worked in Indiana.

 

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Data Strategy: Essential for State Governments (webinar)

All state governments need a guided approach to managing their data and information to obtain the maximum value for success in a challenging environment.  An Enterprise Data/Information Management (EDM/EIM) initiative provides the framework for a state to deliver real information knowledge and provide true value to their citizens.  This session provides the framework of the domain known as enterprise data / information management, explains its essential components, gives the reasons that state governments should create a sustained data management program, and demonstrates some benefits that successful state EDM/EIM programs have achieved.

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Cross-Jurisdictional Collaboration: Lessons from Current Practice & Upcoming Priorities (webinar)

For the past decade and more, shared services in government have focused on standardizing and consolidating digital networks, data, and applications. This work is shifting control over operations upward from the program or agency level to the agency-wide or jurisdiction-wide level. Progress has often been contentious and difficult, but is now picking up speed. As digital opportunities continue to expand, new cloud-based collaboration will be required across jurisdictional boundaries. Local governments will need to partner with other local governments, state governments with other state governments, and state and local governments with each other and the federal government as well as with private sector providers. This webinar will explore such opportunities, primarily through case studies from Michigan and Ohio. By the end of the session we would like all participants to have a clearer sense of what kinds of cross-boundary collaboration are now under way, what approaches need more attention, and how to get started in the upcoming post-election period.

 

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State Governments at Risk: Turning Strategy and Awareness into Progress (webinar)

The 2016 Cybersecurity Survey; ‘State Governments at Risk: Turning Strategy and Awareness into Progress’, reports findings and analysis of a comprehensive survey of State Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) conducted by NASCIO in partnership with Deloitte. The results of the 2016 Deloitte-NASCIO Cybersecurity Study highlights the fact that challenges still exist, but cybersecurity is becoming part of the fabric of government operations.

 

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NASCIO & NIEM Working Together (webinar)

This webinar presents a discussion on how government can improve its effectiveness through better collaboration and information sharing. Examples of intergovernmental collaborative projects are presented by state and local government recipients of the Best of NIEM awards.

What is NIEM? What should you know about the power of NIEM? As highlighted in NASCIO’s 2016 Advocacy Priorities, many, if not all, federal, state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) government agencies require some form of information sharing. To address this growing need, the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) is being utilized by all levels of government to advance information sharing efforts and improve the combined performance of agencies and jurisdictions that share information. State government agencies in justice, law enforcement, human services, emergency management and others can reap the benefits of a common framework for information exchange.

NIEM can save organizations time and money by providing consistent, reusable, and repeatable data terms, definitions, and processes. Although NIEM is ten years old, more awareness, education and broader adoption is needed.

Watch this webinar to learn more about the NIEM Program and ways organizations can leverage NIEM for information exchange. The webinar presents the Best of NIEM 2015 winners and shares their stories of how NIEM has helped their organizations improve performance, increase efficiencies, and advance their mission.

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State of Michigan and State of Connecticut on Cyber Disruption (webinar)

NASCIO Innovations Forum: State of Michigan and State of Connecticut on Cyber Disruption

Learn how the states of Michigan and Connecticut developed their respective State Government Cyber Disruption Response Plans. 

Panelists:

Chris Christensen Director of Office of Infrastructure Protection Department of Technology Management & Budget State of Michigan
David Geick Director, IT Security DAS/Bureau of Enterprise Systems and Technology State of Connecticut

Sheri DeVaux IT Security Manager DAS/Bureau of Enterprise Systems and Technology State of Connecticut

Host:
Eric Sweden, MBA, MSIH 
Program Director, Enterprise Architecture & Governance
NASCIO

 

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State of Georgia’s Investment Strategy and Portfolio Management (webinar)

Information Technology Investment Management (IT/IM) – What does it mean for state government?

Both industry and governments are challenged to find better, more effective and reliable ways to deliver services to consumers and citizens. Organizations must adapt to the challenges of technology complexity, regulations and change while delivering more for less. IT/IM integrates several methodologies to ensure the limited dollars invested in technology provide the best outcome possible. The state of Georgia will share their approach as well as provide a practical guide to IT/IM for others.

Presenter:
Tom Fruman
Director, Enterprise Governance and Planning
Georgia Technology Authority
State of Georgia

Tom Fruman is Director of Enterprise Governance and Planning (EGAP) for the Georgia Technology Authority. EGAP promotes an enterprise approach to technology by establishing statewide policies, standards and guidelines based on industry best practices and federal requirements. It works closely with the Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget and state agencies to ensure an individual agency’s IT strategy aligns with its overall business strategy and business continuity planning.

Prior to his current position, Fruman was the Director of Enterprise Portfolio Management, an office in EGAP that oversees technology investments for Georgia state government. In his almost 30-year career in technology management, he has worked in multiple capacities, including as a project executive, business development executive, consultant, researcher, worldwide deployment leader, project manager and programmer.

Host: 
Eric Sweden, MBA, MSIH
Program Director, Enterprise Architecture & Governance
NASCIO

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