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Across government, leaders are embracing of the concept of big data and all it offers—particularly its potential to transform the decision-making process. To thrive in this new environment, defense and national security organizations are taking a fresh look at the kinds of problems they need to solve and are empowering people with new analytic tools to solve them.
Incorporating predictive analytics in mission planning and execution is no longer aspirational—this capability is now within reach of every defense organization. Thanks to breakthroughs in data science, predictive analytics are:
“Technology alone can’t drive mission success; it takes a culture of analytics in which analysts openly share data, know what data is available and how to access it, and perform high-value work. ”
- Mark Jacobsohn
But technology alone can’t drive mission success; it takes a culture of analytics in which analysts openly share data, know what data is available and how to access it, and perform high-value work. This combination of technology and culture is helping leaders make faster decisions, better understand and manage risk, and protect people and assets.
Government and military leaders have the opportunity to leverage advanced analytic tools in new ways—addressing a broader range of problems, gaining deeper levels of understanding and reducing overall cost. Whether dealing with readiness, acquisition, or intelligence, advanced analytics can provide decision makers not just with insight into a given challenge but with foresight into the effectiveness of different decisions.
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Big data has the potential to transform the decision-making process. To thrive in this new environment, defense and national security organizations are taking a fresh look at the kinds of problems they need to solve and are empowering people with new analytic tools to solve them.