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Infographic: Data as a Public Resource - The Value of Analytics in Government

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For more on how analytics is transforming government, download the IDC Analyst Connection paper, "The Strategic Value of Big Data and Analytics in the Public Sector," sponsored by SAP: https://www.sap.com/cmp/dg/analytics-for-public-sector/index.html?source=social-SAPAnalytics-Slideshare-Public_Sector_IDC_Paper-Prom_Offer-Strategic_value_Govt-Data&Campaigncode=CRM-XM17-GTM-1AN_IDCPSP

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Infographic: Data as a Public Resource - The Value of Analytics in Government

  1. 1. “Make better use of data—not just for transparency, but also to enable transformation across government and the private sector.” —UK Government Transformation Strategy 2017-2020 “The Administration will take an evidence-based approach to improving programs and services—using real, hard data to identify poorly performing organizations and programs.” —U.S. Federal Government OMB 2018 Budget Blueprint All IDC research is © 2017 by IDC. All rights reserved. All IDC materials are licensed with IDC's permission and in no way does the use or publication of IDC research indicate IDC's endorsement of SAP’s products/or strategies. The Value of Analytics in Government An IDC infographic sponsored by SAP Data as Public Resource Governments See Data as Strategic Asset Analytics in Action Room for Growth Agencies Leveraging Analytics for Operations, Services, and Finance use analytics for logistics, inventory, delivery of services information and benefits, facilities and equipment management, etc. 56% 68% use analytics for citizen services and case management 23% use analytics budgeting, finance, accounting, fraud prevention, and risk management 21% Data collection, monitoring, and integration processes only at department level No established consistent data governance and security practices Realized mission value inconsistent from lack of coordinated analytic capabilities of government agencies don’t yet have analytic capabilities and expertise at a managed maturity level IDC Recommends Collaborate IT and line-of-business departments should collaborate to develop agency-wide governance processes, including discovery and experimentation Sponsor Agency executives should sponsor the value of data as a strategic asset, so data-driven decision making becomes part of the culture Use Deploy advanced and predictive analytics software to discover hidden or complex relationships in data that would be missed using ordinary query and reporting tools of government transactions—e.g., tax collection, welfare disbursement, immigration control—will have embedded analytics By 2019, 15% The State of Indiana is committed to reversing the rising trend of drug abuse. The State's Management and Performance Hub program developed a comprehensive, enterprise-wide, data-driven management system to help gain insights using statewide crime lab drug data. Tools: Data visualization, geospatial maps of the greatest drug use areas to literally see the trends in the evolving drug epidemic. Findings: • Some counties did not have adequate facilities to support recovery • A correlation between high level of drug store robberies surrounding the high use counties For more on how analytics is transforming government, download the IDC Analyst Connection paper, The Strategic Value of Big Data and Analytics in the Public Sector, sponsored by SAP.

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