Predictive Policing, A new federal Acronym, and States head to the Cloud

Predictive Policing, A new federal Acronym, and States head to the Cloud by GovLoop Insights We have a great show for you today... 
  • Big data is one of the hot new terms that people are talking about. And it is about all that data that is out there. How do you make sense of it all. We’re going to talk to officials from Santa Cruz California where they are using big data to predict crime. It’s pretty cool stuff. 
  • Speaking of big data, we’re going to talk about the cloud... and making cloud computing work on the state and local level. A group led by TechAmerica has some advice on how to avid the pitfalls... and do state and local governments have different challenges then federal agencies? 
  • Pull out your government acronym list -- there is one you need to know about. Its CAP and it stands for the Cross-Agency Priority Goals. Its a 14 prong approach -- we’ll get an overview with GovLooper John Kamensky from the IBM Center for the Business of Government. 
 
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