Tyler Kleykamp, the State of Connecticut’s Chief Data Officer, met with business students in the UConn Stamford. Kleykamp manages activities related to the collection and analysis of the State’s information assets. Kleykamp shared his expertise related to various data tools used for data collection and analytics, and explained how data have been used by the State to find solutions to existing issues ranging from fire incidents to education and medical services. Kleykamp has also shared resources that provide open access to data collected by the State of Connecticut, and allows the public to visualize data through the use of graphs and charts. The presentation was very informative and provided new insights into data use by the Government.