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  • April 22, 2019
    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Eastern)

The first meeting of the Data Analytics Community of Practice (DACoP) will focus on Leveraging Technology to Enhance Your Agency’s ERM Capabilities / Data Analytics – What is it?

Presenters: LaTaiga Proctor, US Census Bureau and Curtis McNeil, Architect of the Capitol

What is DACoP?

DACoP is a collaborative community of practice encompassing public sector ERM practitioners focused on advanced and applied data analytics to support the evolution and maturity of their respective agency ERM programs. DACoP provides planning and structure to organize in-person and virtual meet-ups and information sharing sessions for its community of practice members. Information and knowledge will be contributed by and shared among members through the use of collaborative knowledge sharing platforms. DACoP aims to provide to its member collaborators reusable and adaptable tools, templates, accelerators, and other open-source information.

Entrance Details

Ford House Office Building
2nd and D Street, SW, Room H2-108 (first floor meeting room)
Washington, DC 20515

  • Closest metro stop is Federal Center SW; enter the building on the 2nd Street entrance
  • Public building so access is straightforward; recommended arrival is 15 minutes prior to start of the meeting
  • As soon as you come through the security checkpoint, make the immediate right and walk to the end of the hallway (see the emergency exit door as a landmark), make a left (which is the only option) and enter the 4th door on your right (Room H2-108)

This meeting is intended for federal employees and registration is free.

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Comments (4)

This event is intended as a federal employee forum. We’re trying to encourage participants to be as candid and open as possible. Like with the SACoP, this is best achieved with only Feds in the room.

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