“The U.S. Marshals Service has been dealing with short staffing for the past several years, and while it’s trying to hire more people, it’s also looking for other solutions. That’s why it’s turning to data to find inefficiencies in its business processes and correct them.”
“We believe that the data reveals all and that as we get into the data, we can better manage our system, because the data is a reflection of the past typically,” Donald Washington, Marshals Service director, said on Agency in Focus: Justice Department. “And so we look at that, and then we take that, and then determine how best to run the agency going forward. And that is also allied with this whole idea of bringing new…” Read the full article here.
Source: Marshals Service turns to data for efficiencies – By Davide Thornton, June 14, 2019. Federal News Network.
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