HHS Picks GoodData for Social Network Analysis Contract

SocialMediaThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services plans to award business intelligence technology provider GoodData a three-month contract to analyze data from the agency’s internal social network.

HHS wants to acquire an analytics software that can mine information posted to the department-wide social networking platform Yammer, an Aug. 29 FedBizOpps notice says.

HHS aims for GoodData’s cloud-based technology to track emotion-aware sentiments, historical trends and notifications and drilling.

GoodData is also being sought to discover and customize data, develop a complete and extensible platform and provide HHS administrator capabilities.

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