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The federal government spent $3.8 trillion in 2016. Where did it go? With the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 2014 (DATA Act), federal agencies and citizens alike now have access to federal spending data that can answer that question. But access to the data is just the first step toward gaining insight, assessing performance, and making decisions. In order to not only understand where the money was spent, but also where we should spend in the future, we must empower our federal agencies with data science tools and technology to make better decisions with every tax dollar.
“The federal government spent $3.8 trillion in 2016. Where did it go?”
Join us as we’ll use data science and technology to empower federal agencies with the tools they need to make better decisions, while providing the public more insight into federal spending and new opportunities for innovation. This event is held in collaboration with the Data Coalition, The Center for Open Data Enterprise, and sponsored by Amazon Web Services and Kearney & Co., and will expose participants to our nation’s public spending data. Participants will create solutions to empower federal agencies with insights into our spending profiles– how to prevent waste, increase spending transparency, maximize future spend and more.
For questions, please contact Christine Durakis.