Dawn Meyerriecks

No one should have been surprised by the outcome of yesterday’s presidential election.

That’s because data analytics now afford perfected math-based, non-subjective models that closely matched the outcome, according to New York Times Columnist Timothy Egan. Keep reading →

For all the progress made advancing integrated intelligence with data from the days of Desert Storm to Operation Iraqi Freedom, Dawn Meyerriecks says the intelligence community must embrace analytics and mission-focused technology to stay on an innovative track.

She made the declarations during a keynote at a conference incorporating key players in cybersecurity, cloud computing and mobile government in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday. She also said the US government has to reach outside its borders for most of the necessary talent. Keep reading →

Women in government technology provide much more than a shift in statistics. The diversity provides a hotbed for innovative ideas, top female executives said during a keynote session at the annual FOSE convention in Washington, D.C., on Thursday.

“There’s a real business reason to think about how we bring more women into the workforce,” said Lisa Schlosser, deputy associate administrator in the Office of Management and Budget’s Office of E-Government and Technology. “The fact of the matter is that bringing diversity into the workplace inspires more ideas and innovation.” Keep reading →