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Within public sector organizations, the demand for access to quality data is driven by increasingly complex social, economic, political and environmental pressures. In this session you will learn how Multnomah County in Portland, Oregon leverages Tableau to make data-driven decisions in service to the community, with examples from our Maternal, Child and Family Health program and central IT. We will share our journey from initial concepts and rogue Tableau Desktop usage, to a formal Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI) program utilizing Tableau Server. In this session we will cover the following topics: (a) transforming local government programs through analytics, (b) central IT and departmental programs partnering for success, (c) empowering users with self-service capabilities, (d) choosing an enterprise analytics visualization vendor, and (e) leveraging Tableau Server’s mobile capabilities to support a mobile workforce.
Learn how a governmental agency transformed data into information in less than nine months by leveraging knowledge and technology to capture operational efficiencies, identify patterns and trends, and guide resource allocation while providing quality customer service throughout its Justice Centers.
During this session, attendees will hear from the Court’s CFAO on the following topics:
- The Superior Court of California, County of Orange Approach: Overview of steps and lessons learned in building a data-driven environment in less than nine months- The Power of a Good Demo: Sample dashboards used in “making the case” for Tableau to judicial and executive leadership and operational staff- Organizational Impact: A summary of current and upcoming Tableau-inspired dashboard requests- Superior Court of California, County of Orange’s 3-Year Action Plan: CAVE - Court Analytics Visual Environment
As a public service entity, the Court generates and maintains millions of rows of data each year from various sources. In facing numerous challenges including decreased funding, facility closures, and position vacancies, coupled with less incoming business, the Court found an opportunity to make timely, informed decisions by investing in court-wide analytics.
This informal gathering is a chance for you to connect with other Tableau users in the same business and see and hear what other people are achieving by using Tableau. During the meetup, you’ll have time for general networking and more in-depth table conversations.
The State of Ohio is amid an IT evolution, focusing on transitioning from custom software solutions to application based services. Along with this IT evolution, we continue to build trust, support, and involvement in its centralized Business Intelligence service offering.
In alignment with the state’s 2016 IT strategic goals, we purchased Tableau Server to meet the emerging agency need for data analytics. Please join us as we discuss this journey, share details surrounding the enterprise service built to meet this need, and highlight some of our key visualization success stories. One our many success stories is Ohio's Interactive Budget website. Built using Tableau, it shares the state accounting system with our citizens in an easy to analyze, fast, comprehensive yet searchable format.
Business Intelligence Competency Centers (BICCs) add tremendous value to an organization's business intelligence strategy, but public sector environments bring unique challenges to the implementation of a BICC model. This presentation will demonstrate how the State of Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration utilizes its BICC to enable data-driven decision making in a bureaucratic environment.
One of the most significant differences between public and private sector environments is the additional weight placed on government agencies to serve a diverse audience with competing needs. AHCA's BICC team will demonstrate a number of solutions created for its diverse audiences, including:
- KPI and Smart Measure performance dashboards created for high-level AHCA executives
- Tableau Server infrastructure designed to satisfy IT security and data governance requirements
- Tableau User Groups to train and collaborate with both internal and inter-agency Tableau users
- Data exploration tools for political task forces and special commissions on Capitol Hill
- Innovative enhancements of statutorily-mandated reports for the general public and data journalists
The Minnesota Department of Human Services is the largest state agency in Minnesota, with more than 7,000 employees and approximately $12 billion in annual revenue. Tableau's robust visualization engine, dynamic features, and ease of use is empowering our business users to more fully understand the cross program relationships' impact on clients and is dramatically improving the Minnesota Department of Human Services' (DHS). We’ve moved toward a "people centered" service delivery model by showing data across all human services programs and multiple enterprise data warehouses, creating insights that DHS never thought possible. In this session, we’ll show how growth of Tableau at DHS over a year has created new insights in government policy and practice, revolutionized the delivery of service, and created new data governance practices.
Note: Content is still being added to the schedule. Sessions, times, and locations are subject to change.