Data Use and Privacy for U.S. State and Local Government: A Regulatory Overview

Data Use and Privacy for U.S. State and Local Government: A Regulatory Overview

This IDC Perspective highlights that as data and analytics usage is expanding rapidly in state and local governments, and with it the challenge and importance of complying with regulations. This is especially true when it comes to the subjects of privacy, security, and acceptable usage. As the technology advances, so must the law to make sure that agencies and the tools they use are guided by the complex and rapidly evolving regulatory environment. Knowing where to start and engaging all stakeholders early in a data-centric initiative can help ensure constituents are protected."For too many analytics projects, regulatory compliance can be an afterthought or considered while a project is already in flight. Thinking about the law in regard to data use and privacy protection while in the planning phase can reduce project delays and cost," says Curt Savoie, director, Global Smart Cities and Communities.

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Executive Snapshot
Situation Overview
Introduction
Key Questions When Buying New Technology
Key Questions When Undertaking an Analytics Project
Key Questions When Creating New Policies and Programs
Regulatory Examples
Criminal Record Information
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
IRS Tax Data Regulations
New and Emerging Trends
California Consumer Privacy Act and General Data Protection Regulation
Facial Recognition Technology
Artificial Intelligence
Autonomous and Self-Driving Vehicles
Advice for the Technology Buyer
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