Encourage data exploration and drive better decision-making. Improve performance with minimal time and cost. Deliver quick, visible results to citizens through better service, transparency and public accountability.
This application analyses all 2014 contracts for the 2014 fiscal year. It includes more than 2.5 million contracts across 160,000 vendors with a total spend of USD 450 billion. Data was sourced from data.gov and has been enriched with added geo-spatial data for mapping capabilities.
This demonstration was developed using data from the World Health Organization (WHO) and was designed to provide insight into Ebola cases and deaths by country.
"With more and more data coming at us than ever before, it’s important to figure out how to distinguish between the digital exhaust versus the data that’s most important to help drive agency mission. We need to be able to answer the fundamental questions at all times without a dependency on IT: Where are my people? What are they doing? Do we have our top-tier talent working on game-changing technologies? Are we deployed properly? Yesterday’s static dashboards and lengthy decision cycles won’t work today."
"Building up a Qlik knowledge base enables our students to excel in data analytics in the real world. Qlik is a great mechanism to teach our students the value of data exploration so that they can make smart business decisions in the future."