Gov. Rick Perry often touts Texas’ economic success, which he attributes to lower taxes and fewer regulations than cash-strapped California. But if Texas is so compelling, why did Perry go to California looking for new companies?
Today, more and more government agencies are adopting analytics to drive change and innovation to achieve results-based government. Business intelligence capabilities such as scorecards, dashboards and reporting, and predictive analytics are being used to measure program performance and deliver citizen services and meet the goals of government.