COLLOQUIUM ON COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES AND INFORMATICS – The Government Data Landscape: Practical Understanding and Perspectives for the Future – Bos-Beijer
COLLOQUIUM ON COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCES AND INFORMATICS
Chief Data Officer and Assistant Inspector General
Managed Business Services
The Government Data Landscape: Practical Understanding and Perspectives for the Future
Monday, February 26, 4:30-5:45
Exploratory Hall, Room 3301
Mr. Bos-Beijer brings to our forum over 40 years of executive and senior management private and public-sector experience primarily in data, strategic execution, program management, and ever-expanding curiosity about current and future technical capabilities applied to challenges. He is known for sharing successful practitioner examples, formidable development and execution experience, and a unique approach to problems. His presentation and discussion with us will share his personal journey, how to understand the Federal Data Landscape, examples of skills applied to program success and innovation, as well as learning what he refers to as the ‘navigation and negotiation’ approaches to data science in the public sector. He will cover examples of pioneering efforts in government and bringing private sector and academic methods to start ups in government. Mr. Bos-Beijer has also offered additional time with us after the session to interact with students and faculty to further the discussion and networking.