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ATB: Developing a Data Strategy that Drives Business Outcomes

ATB: Developing a Data Strategy that Drives Business Outcomes Online

Tuesday, February 13, 2024
11:00am - 12:00pm Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
All Department of Commerce Staff

Oliver Wise smiling at the camera in front of a brick wall.Join us for our next installment of the Around the Bureaus series, where Oliver Wise, Chief Data Officer for the Department of Commerce, will talk about his team’s work to accelerate the value curve of Commerce data within the Department, the whole of government, and with the public nationwide.

Oliver will discuss the Commerce Data Governance Board’s current work to develop a FY25-FY28 Data Strategy that aims to align the Department’s data maturity goals to five cross-bureau priorities: American competitiveness in emerging technologies, place-based development, climate resilience, AI-ready data, and HR Analytics. Oliver will discuss plans to solicit input from across the department as this strategy is developed over the course of this year.

 About Around the Bureaus: This series showcases the diverse work of Department of Commerce employees, breaks down silos, and encourages cross-bureau collaboration. If you would like to participate in a future presentation, please reach out to the library for more information.

About Mr. Wise: Oliver Wise is the Chief Data Officer at the Department of Commerce. In this position, Wise is responsible for leading the Commerce Department's data strategy, advancing capacity for evidence-based decision-making by implementing the Evidence Act, and aligning and scaling the department’s data resources to better meet the needs of users. To read more about Mr. Wise, please see his full biography.

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