Time: 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM ET
The CDO Council will provide updates about its activities and the implementation of the Chief Data Officer role in the Federal government. The meeting will include panel discussions on how CDOs are impacting their agency missions and collaborating across the government to address data challenges. There will also be presentations about the role of data in key administration priorities such as Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (DEIA). The meeting will include a chance to submit written questions.
What is the CDO Council?
The Federal Chief Data Officers (CDO) Council was established by the Foundations for Evidence-Based Policymaking Act, which also requires all federal agencies to appoint a CDO.
- The Council’s vision is to improve government mission achievement and increase the benefits to the Nation through improvement in the management, use, protection, dissemination, and generation of data in government decision-making and operations.
- The CDO Council has 90+ member CDOs from across the Federal government, as well as representatives from OMB, and other key councils and committees.
- The CDO Council has working groups that focus on critical topics and committees that help agencies connect and collaborate. The CDO Council also works with other interagency councils on data related topics and activities.
- The CDO Council engages with the public and private users of Government data to improve data practices and access to data assets.
Who should attend?
This is a public meeting. The meeting is open to Federal employees as well as any members of the public, including industry, civil society, academia, and any users of Federal government data. You should attend if you want to:
- Learn more about the CDO Council’s efforts to expand the strategic use of data by Federal agencies
- Understand how the Federal government is working to improve access to data assets
- Learn how cross-agency councils are working on data challenges and collaborating
- Learn about how data plays a critical role in Administration priorities