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Bill Sullivan: Cloudera Builds on Public Sector Business as Gov’t Seeks to Utilize Data

Bill Sullivan

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Feb. 3, 2017 — Bill Sullivan, vice president and general manager for the North American public sector at Cloudera, has noted that the company continues to build on its public sector business as government agencies are increasingly utilizing their data to support operations and service delivery.

“Looking at all of the available data can support operational improvement as well as regulatory and cybersecurity compliance, and agencies are able to identify previously undetected threats much earlier,” Sullivan told ExecutiveBiz in an interview published Wednesday.

He noted that the rising profile of chief data officers at agencies and the practices of data sharing and analytics work to facilitate other benefits for government and address citizen needs.

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