Many lessons learned from the D.C. government’s dashboard

Bryan Sivak, chief technology officer, D.C. government

wfedstaff | June 3, 2015 1:11 am

Federal News Radio has been following the development of dashboards — tools for tracking data points.

The Bush administration had the President’s Management Agenda scorecard, which was an early version of a public dashboard for measuring performance.

But these public, open dashboards have really blossomed under the Obama administration — and it isn’t just among federal agencies.

In fact, one of the better dashboards out there is one recently launched by the Washington, D.C. government —

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Bryan Sivak is chief technology officer of the D.C. government and tells us more.

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