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Booz Allen VP Dan Tucker Recommends Data-Driven Approaches to Help Advance Federal Missions

Dan Tucker

TYSONS CORNER, VA, September 4, 2019 — Dan Tucker, vice president in charge of Booz Allen Hamilton‘s (NYSE: BAH) digital platform capability team, offered recommendations for government agencies to improve management of information and address objectives of the Federal Data Strategy Action Plan, ExecutiveBiz reported Aug. 21.

In a Nextgov guest piece published Aug. 20, he proposed the establishment of a cross-office working group within the first year of implementing the action plan to define reference data standards, the development of a federal data standard catalog and piloting of a financial management information sharing platform.

He also urged agencies to maintain transparency in efforts to help the public make data-based decisions. “As the Federal Data Strategy continues to take shape, input from across government and industry is important to ensure the approach is optimized for success,” Tucker noted.

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