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The agency follows a collection of guiding principles that include secure and modernized systems to accomplish an extensive data architecture across the agency.
Data leader Susan Gregurick discusses how the agency is improving data sharing and usability for biomedical research.
DHS and USCIS strive to achieve credible, dependable and comprehensive data in order to make informed decisions at strategic and operational levels.
GSA, NSF and VA are improving data sharing to gain near real-time insights and support cross-agency collaboration.
NCI’s SEER and CIS programs encourage ongoing engagement to further data sharing goals.
Security threats facing next-generation networks need proactive approaches amid cybersecurity and digital modernization strategies.
The agency stood up its HHS Protect platform quickly amid the pandemic, and now it will have uses in future efforts.
How the department responded to COVID-19 and collaborated with agencies will inform future strategies for working more efficiently.
Chief data officers across HHS are strengthening platforms that speed up data collection and management.
Accelerating biomedical research involves implementing collaborative digital solutions at NIH.
The office coordinates nationwide testing of new treatment approaches for cancer.
Data-sharing tools enable the agency to collaborate across the enterprise.
Cloud technology unlocks many benefits for health researchers across government.
AI, data and cyber are focus areas that will secure HHS IT and prevent fraud, waste and abuse of funds.
The $1B+ initiative seeks solutions that enable accessibility, scalability, mobility and the ability to share data.
The National COVID-19 Report Summary is part of the agency’s efforts to keep the public informed about the course of the epidemic.
Data strategies are bringing together researchers to advance health science in areas like cancer.
The lead behind the agency's data science strategy discusses important of data sharing in health research.
The technology is one way to solve national shortages of medical supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic.