The ranks of chief data officers are expected to grow significantly in government this year, as a number of federal and state agencies have put out the ‘Help Wanted’ sign for top data scientists.
One of the most recent examples is the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which last week closed the application window for the position of senior advisor to the chief data officer, working in the Office of the Inspector General in Washington DC.
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