Albany, NY - Data. What a simple word for such a complex issue. Government and corporate managers wrestle daily with questions of how to access, use, share, and preserve the vital information that makes their businesses run.
In an effort to simplify some of the complexities surrounding data issues, the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany, in conjunction with the New York State Forum for Information Resource Management, is hosting a half-day seminar on "Dealing with Data" on Thursday, Feb. 4, 1999. The seminar runs from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the U/Albany Campus Center Assembly Hall. Attendance is free, but limited.
The "Dealing with Data" Seminar will cover such topics as data quality, standards, long-term maintenance, and preservation. Information resource management professionals will discuss real-life cases and provide guidance on technology tools and techniques that address these data issues.
This Seminar is the first in a series of meetings designed to teach the public about the lessons learned in the first year of the Center's "Using Information in Government" program. This program has uncovered a treasure chest of ideas, strategies, and practices that can help managers make better use of information in their organizations. The next seminar, "Information Use Tools and Skill Sets," will take place Tuesday, May 4, 1999, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the University's Campus Center Assembly Hall.
The mission of the Center for Technology in Government at the University at Albany is to foster public sector innovation, enhance capability, generate public value, and support good governance. We carry out this mission through applied research, knowledge sharing, and collaboration at the intersection of policy, management, and technology.