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ISPAB Presentation - The Commerce Data Service

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This talk was presented to the ISPAB on March 23rd, 2016.

Details here http://csrc.nist.gov/groups/SMA/ispab/documents/minutes/2016-03/march-2016.html

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ISPAB Presentation - The Commerce Data Service

  1. 1. Commerce Data Service Strengthening America’s Data Agency h,ps://www.commerce.gov/dataservice Presenter: Dr Tyrone Grandison, Deputy Chief Data Officer, US Department of Commerce 1
  2. 2. Team Structure Chief Data Officer Deputy Chief Data Officer Chief Technologist Chief Data Scien8st Lead Back- End Engineer Lead Front- End Engineer Lead, Commerce Data Academy Insights Team Lead, Commerce Data Labs Interop Team Discovery Team Skills ad Educa8on Team Sandbox Team Commerce Ops Team Social Ops Team 2
  3. 3.       Mission Ø To empower people and business through Open Data and Transparency; both within and outside the DOC. Ø To fundamentally change the way people and businesses interact with the DOC. Ø To super-charge the data iniLaLves in the DOC's bureaus. The Commerce Data Service (CDS) is the Secretary’s single point of contact for DATA iniGaGves across all of DOC’s bureaus. 3
  4. 4.             Goal and Strategic ObjecGves • Strategic Goal: Ø Maximize the posiLve impacts of Commerce data on society. • Strategic ObjecGves: Ø Fuel economic growth by unleashing Commerce data and making it easier for businesses, communiLes, and ciLzens to access, analyze, and use the data. Ø Create data-driven government by combining and using data in new ways to increase the efficiency, effecLveness, and security of Commerce programs. Ø Deliver data services by leveraging advances in data science, so=ware development, and standards to accelerate product innovaLons. 4
  5. 5.                         DOC’s Major 2016 Data IniGaGves ObjecGves Fueling Economic Growth CreaLng Data-Driven Government Delivering Data Services Strategies IniGaGves • Smart CiGes IniGaGve – Census Bureau CitySDK 2.0, NIST Global CiLes Challenge, NTIA Data Portal • 21st Century Economic Data – Census Bureau/BEA Data OpLmizaLon Study, BEA website redesign, BEA Digital Economy Price Indexes Roadmap. • Modernize Patent Data – USPTO Big Data AnalyLcs Program, USPTO Patent ExaminaLon Data Search, USPTO Developer Page. • Accelerate Weather and Climate Data Use – NOAA Big Data Project, NOAA Data CitaLon project. • Unleash ScienGfic Data – NIST Materials Data CuraLon System, NIST Standard Reference Data ModernizaLon, NIST Measurement Data Management Project. • Trade Data Services – ITA Exporters Data Project, ITA/BIS Trade Developer Portal, Foreign Trade Data IntegraLon at BOC/BEA/ITA/BIS. • Census InnovaGon – 2020 Census Re-engineering, American Community Survey Redesign, Census Bureau Income Data Project. • AdministraGve Data Sharing – ESA Data SynchronizaLon Effort. • Performance AnalyGcs – DATA Act implementaLon. • Commerce Data Service (CDS) – Entrepreneurial team delivers products to Bureaus. • So9ware Developer Toolkits – All Bureaus: new developer tools development, Data Usability Project public launch, agile delivery methodology deployment. • NaGonal Technical InformaGon Service – EvoluLon AcLon Plan implementaLon. 5
  6. 6. 2016 CDS Project PrioriGes 6
  7. 7.           What We Do Øwe Deliver Øwe Consult Øwe Train Øwe Partner Øwe Procure 7
  8. 8.                     Services to Bureaus ØData Product & Service Development & Delivery ØData Consulting ØData Infrastructure Guidance ØOpening Data, Creating APIs,Testing & Optimizing Use ØData Integration,Analysis, Utilization &Visualization ØClient Engagement ØTechTransfer and Open Sourcing 8
  9. 9.             Value to Bureaus ØCost Savings and Cost Avoidance ØImproved Data Quality ØImproved Connection to Customers ØTime Savings ØIncreased Budgets and Stakeholder Justifications ØPublic Recognition 9
  10. 10.                   Values Ø Open Ø Everything in public. Ø CollaboraLon and Co-creaLon Ø No impostors. One team. Ask for help. Partner o=en. Improve everything. Ø CommunicaLon Ø Communicate o=en and meaningfully. Document everything. Ø Curiosity Ø Constantly learning. Constantly automaLng. Constantly teaching. Ø Fun 10
  11. 11.                   What We Ask of Bureaus when Working with CDS Ø Have or Choose an empowered Product Owner Ø Someone who can handle internal bureau discussions, present a unified bureau voice, and provide feedback promptly to project quesLons. Ø Read our Stakeholder Guidelines document. Ø User-Centered Design - Expect us to talk to your end users to verify and refine project goals. Ø Change is the only constant – expect project goals to evolve. Ø Build – Measure – Learn Ø Expect a high iniLal failure rate. Lessons learned are incorporated into future iteraLons. Ø Be prepared to collaborate through numerous iteraLons of product development. Ø We pracLce Agile Development and Lean Startup methodology. 11
  12. 12. Delivered: Commerce Data Usability Project hNps://www.commerce.gov/datausability 12
  13. 13. Delivered: MIDAAS hNps://midaas.commerce.gov 13
  14. 14. Delivered: The Opportunity Project hNp://opportunity.census.gov 14
  15. 15. Delivered: DOC Web AnalyGcs Dashboard hNps://analyLcs.usa.gov/commerce/ 15
  16. 16. Delivered: HelpGirlsOfColor hNp://www.helpgirlsofcolor.org 16
  17. 17.                   Delivering • New Exporters • Commerce Data Academy • Web ReDesign – BEA RIMSS – NOAA Data Portal • Patent Data – Developer Portal – Big Data Science Models – Infrastructure for Data Science projects 17
  18. 18. Thank You For more data@doc.gov 18

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