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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’ Committee on Data Management and Analytics – known as CDMA – is hosting a free two-day virtual technical conference and meeting October 5-6.

[Above photo by the Ohio DOT]

The meeting’s program – available by clicking here – offers a platform to discuss data issues and challenges faced by state departments of transportation along with an opportunity to engage in “fresh strategies and solutions” for harnessing the vast transportation data world.

CDMA’s two-day meeting also includes an “Ask a CIO/CDO panel” featuring U.S. Department of Transportation officials, state chief information officers and chief data officers, as well as sessions on data governance, principles, and self-assessment, plus research updates, the future of transportation data and more.

Though the meeting is free and open to all, registration is required. To register for CDMA’s meeting, click here.

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