The use of data is transforming modern society. The way the federal government collects, maintains, and uses data has important implications for growing the economy, improving government services, and ensuring the American public has access to reliable information. To realize…
Secure multi-party computation technology allows data analysis and the sharing of a result without actually sharing any underlying sensitive data
U.S. statistical agencies provide the foundation for much of the evidence building and knowledge generation that occurs in science and policy analysis
On July 30, the Bipartisan Policy Center will host an Open Forum on the Federal Data Strategy, providing a public opportunity to highlight best practices for the strategic use of government data
Access to federal health care data serves the needs of consumers who want more information to support decision-making, and health care leaders who are taking important steps to improve the population’s health.
Security and privacy are not mutually exclusive. Using data in effective ways to create a more secure world shouldn’t require a sacrifice of privacy.
BPC’s Health Innovation Initiative held a policy forum in collaboration with Intel to explore the potential that “big data” holds to improve both the delivery of care and the health and wellness of individuals.