At some point, it’s likely that every government has wanted to become more "data-driven." Adopting a data-driven approach to decision making can result in better outcomes for the community, improved accountability, and increased efficiency, but doing so is often easier said than done. Where do you start? How do you get people on board with the idea? What data do you use? This panel discussion will address these questions and more to help you start building a data-driven finance office and will provide case study examples of how data has improved outcomes in various areas of decision making in the finance office.
Budget Process Manager, King County Office of Performance, Strategy, and Budget, WA
Citywide Performance Measurement and Management Program Analyst, City of Issaquah, WA
Executive Analyst - Budget, King County Office of Performance, Strategy, and Budget, WA