New laws and expectations for organizing and using data are leading to sweeping reforms across government agencies, with major implications for future data uses in homeland security, defense, and national security. With changes from the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act of 2018 (Evidence Act) and the recently published Federal Data Strategy (FDS) 2021 Action Plan, the Department of Homeland Security established Chief Data Officer positions throughout the Department and coordinated activities through a departmental Data Governance Board.

DLT, Informatica, and Data Coalition, invite you to join us on Tuesday, January 25th at 2PM, EST for a virtual event as our panel of data professionals discuss topics such as promoting data accessibility and responsible data use, what lesson they have learned, and what they see as the future of evidence-based decision making in government. 

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