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CDO playbook: How chief data officers are transforming government

Are you a Chief Data Officer in the public sector, looking for insights to help you succeed? Or are you looking to recruit a chief data officer, but don’t know where to start?

Download the free IDC playbook, sponsored by Capgemini, and you’ll learn:

  • What public sector leaders should look for when recruiting a Chief Data Officer and what to expect from the role
  • The four types of Chief Data Officer and the strategies, structures and support each type needs to succeed
  • Inspiring examples of how Chief Data Officers are transforming governments across Europe.

So whether you’re a Chief Data Officer, or a leader with an interest in data-driven government, you’ll have what you need to turn data into value.

The value of the European data economy reached almost €500 billion in 2022.

Source: IDC Spotlight, sponsored by Capgemini, A Playbook for the Public Sector Chief Data Officers in the Era of AI and Data Spaces, doc #EUR252042124, April 2024

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Meet our experts

Dr. Philipp Fuerst

VP Data-Driven Government & Offer Leader, Global Public Sector
To unlock the value of their data, governments need to make organizational changes and meet new technology requirements. Yet, the many examples of public sector agencies that have already successfully embarked on the journey to become data-driven organizations show that these hurdles can be overcome. Their gains in decision making, operational efficiency and citizen experience are tangible and significant. Our clients believe the benefits they have reaped are well worth the effort.

Pierre-Adrien Hanania

Global Offer Leader – Data & AI in Public Sector
At the crossroads between citizenship, political action, and common values, artificial intelligence (AI) and data hold great treasures for the public sector if their full potential is realized for enhanced citizen services. By intelligently using data, public organizations will be able to augment their processes with automation and their decisions with insights, to the benefit of both public servants and citizens.