For investigations to yield actionable business and criminal intelligence, government and law enforcement agencies need better ways to research, analyze, and connect.
With approximately 18,000 intelligence and law enforcement agencies just in the U.S., managing an investigation has become increasingly complex. The lack of a unified operating environment results in federal, state, and local agencies struggling to work together productively due to disparate data sets and technologies. The challenges multiply as auditors, investigators and analysts are drawn into broad task forces, intra-agency and interagency investigations, or joint efforts with private third-party organizations.
Watch Dun & Bradstreet’s experienced Government Solutions team for a panel discussion that explores why collaboration falters and how agencies can address it. Moderator Brian Shaner, CTO Erik Ekwurzel and Research Director Rocco Pierri discuss common collaboration issues including:
- Permissions, credentials and process requirements
- Operational security needs
- Data gaps and analytical accuracy
- Resourcing shifts and prioritizations
- Optimal tools and capabilities
Chief Technology Officer
Dun & Bradstreet Government Solutions
Rocco J. Pierri, CFE
Research Director Government Solutions
Dun & Bradstreet