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State Dept Stands Up New Data Analytics Center

The State Department has launched a new hub that helps employees and diplomats make decisions based on analyzed data.

The Center for Analytics offers tools that allow State Department employees to tackle a range of diplomatic challenges such as case prioritization and resource management, the department said Friday.

A chief data officer leads CfA's operations in support of congressional efforts, 5G security forecasts, threat tracking and foreign policy.

The center's establishment is part of the department's plan to lead data analytics in the federal government and use the technology in support of foreign policy.

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