GSA Launches Big Data Mgmt Platform for Open Data & Transparency Goals

big dataThe General Services Administration has developed a government big data management platform designed to address data analysis speed and accuracy demand and support the government’s mission to promote openness, transparency and accessibility.

GSA said Thursday its Data to Decisions program was recognized at the 10th Annual Red Hat Innovation Awards open source technology event for its services that include user-friendly data analytics tools to support operational-to-executive decision making.

The agency worked with Acuity Systems to design and implement the data and decision management framework to manage the use of data resources and meet government cost efficiency and security requirements.

GSA added the D2D provides reports on hidden patterns and insight on current and future behaviors to provide users with foresight for decisions.

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