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FCW : November 15, 2012
NASA: Johnson Space Center NASA s Johnson Space Center in Houston is the storehouse for one of the world s largest still imagery and audiovisual collections. It consists of 4 million still shots and more than 81,000 hours of video, and the collection is growing at an exponential rate. The agency is able to keep track of it all through analog-to-digital migration and le compression and storage processes. National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Big data aided in an innovative risk management approach at the institute that involves using analytics software to assess entire research portfolios rather than individual grants. The approach helps determine the success of projects as measured by such salient features as number of publications and licensing agreements, giving the institute an idea of where best to allocate research dollars. Department of Veterans Affairs VA maintains one of the largest datasets in the federal government; as of mid-2012, the agency had more than 175 data centers. The Veterans Health Administration s Of ce of Analytics and Business Intelligence keeps track in real time of homeless veterans nationwide and shares that information with the Department of Housing and Urban Development in its efforts to combat homelessness. National Archives and Records Administration As of the beginning of 2012, NARA was in charge of 142 terabytes of data and 4 billion cubic feet of analog archives, including 400 million pages of classi ed information. To keep track of it all, the agency has constructed its Electronic Records Archives to be able to quickly adapt to users changing needs, resulting in a more rapid capability to archive and categorize new records. November 15, 2012 FCW.COM 17 175 DATA CENTERS 81,000 hours of video 400 million pages of classi ed info DATA BIG
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