On-demand webinar

Results based government: Using data to improve HRSA outcomes

Data and analytics have become the backbone of the new business of government. Making data-driven decisions is helping form policy, manage the mission and deliver the high level of stewardship necessary to ensure Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)meets their goals.

Watch this webinar to learn how HRSA is:

  • Offering a real-time view of HRSA across multiple programs with disparate data and information sources
  • Improving decision-making by eliminating uncertainty in data and information
  • Reducing financial risk by delivering one complete view of revenues, costs and budget performance
  • Improving operational efficiency by aligning the strategic goals of the organization to the desired outcomes, and minimizing surprises.
  • Ensuring accountability and clarity by opening up information on all activities to all stakeholders.

Even if you are not able to attend live, register so we can send you a copy of the recording as soon as it’s available.

About the speaker


Joseph Roach

Director of Financial Policy and Analysis, HRSA

During Joe's 20+ year Federal career, he has worked in several capacities within the technology management arena, including serving as the CIO and deputy CIO at the HHS Office of the Inspector General and HRSA, respectively. Other responsibilities during his tenure include IT management positions for enterprise architecture, systems management, and IT capital planning.

Joe currently supports the Chief Financial Officer where he is a champion for new approaches in financial data analysis by utilizing data visualization tools to dissect large data sets and identify anomalies or patterned transactions. Always searching for new ways to better inform or improve internal decision making, Joe provides data visualization support to areas such as financial reporting, internal controls testing efforts, resource management, as well as transparency into a myriad of financial operations transactions.

A native of the D.C. metro area, Joe graduated from the University of Maryland and Bowie State University with a Master of Arts degree in Public Administration. In addition to spending time with his wife and four children, Joe loves all outdoor activities and continues to actively coach youth track & cross country for the past 15 years.

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