Government agencies often find it difficult to manage their data in a consistent way. Agencies operate under a wide range of regulatory constraints that determine who can use what data, in what ways, and for what purposes. Without consistent management tools, they can be hard-pressed to meet that high bar of accountability.

Agencies need a new approach – one that is centered on “data in context”. This allows them to identify and track who is using the data, what analytics are being applied, and what policies govern that use.

Download this briefing to learn how context makes data use trackable and traceable, enabling agencies to meet their obligations for both appropriate use and public accountability.