Gen 3.0 analytics: How the government can use the data it owns

This column was originally published on Jeff Neal’s blog, ChiefHRO.com, and was republished here with permission from the author. The government is sitting on a treasure trove of HR data that it does not typically use. For example, agencies have data about performance, and data about where they recruit and what kinds of questions they ask in job announcements. I do not know of a single agency that is comparing the questions they ask to the performance they get from the selectees. There are so many possibilities to use the data to produce actionable information that would help agencies do better hiring, get better performance, and use their resources more wisely. I usually write everything in my blog, but I believe analytics are crucial to any efforts to improve federal…


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