May 5

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Data science has already been helping government organizations deliver services smarter, more efficiently and more effectively. Advanced data modeling enables IT leaders to predict demand and manage their resources to meet it. But proper data processing can be time-consuming and labor-intensive. Preparing, cleaning and integrating data, creating visualizations and models, and analyzing the results can put a strain on government’s already-limited resources. 

Join Government Technology for a 45-minute webinar on May 5 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern to learn:

  • What data science is and how it can drive better decision-making in government
  • How to get started with implementing a data science strategy
  • The technology tools that can streamline the data process



Lenny Isler

Lenny Isler

Business Development Manager, Data Science, AI and VR Advanced Compute and Solutions, Z by HP

Lenny Isler has been with HP 7 years, 6 of them in the public sector area. Lenny has been a sales generalist, a Z workstation Specialist and a Business Development Manager while at HP. Lenny has extensive knowledge in high performance computing, data Science, Ai and machine learning.

Dewand Neely

Dewand Neely — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Dewand is the chief operating officer for Eleven Fifty Academy. He spends every day helping the Academy to realize its mission, which is to transform the lives of individuals and communities through the discovery of purpose, development of values, immersive relevant 21st-century skill training and thoughtful community programs. Previously, Neely spent 15 years serving in state government, with the last four years of his state tenure as director of the Indiana Office of Technology and the state chief information officer, a role he was appointed to by both Gov. Mike Pence and Gov. Eric Holcomb. He has held executive committee and director roles on the board for the National Association of State Chief Information Officers and served as an external advisory board member for the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security. He is currently a foundation board member for Goodwill. Neely received his undergraduate degree from Purdue University’s School of Technology and his MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University.