UNDATED – On March 24th and 25th, Data Day returns virtually. The event, hosted by the Management Performance Hub (MPH), is free and open to the public. This event is an annual showcase of partners and collaborative efforts to improve outcomes for Hoosiers through the use of data.
For the fourth annual Data Day, officials are shaking things up and taking the event virtual over two mornings.
Much of Day 1 will cover how State of Indiana agencies came together to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Day 2 focuses on how state agencies continue to address substance use disorder issues using data. Also, there will be agencies on hand discussing data-related work in the education sector.
Stay tuned to the Data Day page on the MPH website and the @IndianaMPH Twitter account for updates. Once we have the full schedule for both days, we’ll post it there. Also look for more information in your inbox soon, including the live event URL for each day. To stay updated, register for Data Day 2021.
Data Day celebrates MPH’s collaborative and innovative approach to fostering a culture of collaboration and data-driven decision making between state agencies and key trusted partners. Join the celebration and learn more about how data continues to play an increasingly important role in state government.
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