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Public service analytics

Taking public service big data off the bench and into the game.

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Demand for analytics expertise is high today, creating a war for talent.

Accenture estimates that in 2015, the United States will generate 44 percent of the global demand for analytics jobs, but only 23 percent of the workforce supply.

For agencies with tight budgets, it’s imperative that they demonstrate the return on investment (ROI) of analytics programs. Programs are likely to fail without a clear business focus.

Even governments that understand the potential of analytics require leadership to demonstrate that potential and drive internal adaptation. Instead of thinking “if we build it, they will come,” public service leaders must act to increase analytics uptake and understanding among their teams.

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